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Paiste Twenty Crash 20"
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Paiste Twenty Crash 20"

Crash Cymbal from Paiste belonging to the Twenty series.

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A Mysterious Lady

Paiste Twenty Crash 20"Published on 12/18/10 at 10:26
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
A nice crash 20 "forged in bronze called Old Turkish CuSn20 (Cu = Copper & Sn = tin)
This alloy is made from traditional copper 80% and 20% tin, hence the name Twenty!
He brings a primitive energy, hot, large, eastern and complex to manufacture Paiste (some of whom accuse the sounds too bright and too straight).
The result is very satisfactory.
The cymbal is bright, but dark at the time. Moreover, as the 2 Light Ride Series, one can use them crash or ride.
In retrospect, the great crash as the air to disperse "rapidly" in space, however, sustain its delicate takes some time to fade ... see a very pleasant time ... Cerain to create climates piercing.
The cymbal is rather thin,...…
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A nice crash 20 "forged in bronze called Old Turkish CuSn20 (Cu = Copper & Sn = tin)
This alloy is made from traditional copper 80% and 20% tin, hence the name Twenty!
He brings a primitive energy, hot, large, eastern and complex to manufacture Paiste (some of whom accuse the sounds too bright and too straight).
The result is very satisfactory.
The cymbal is bright, but dark at the time. Moreover, as the 2 Light Ride Series, one can use them crash or ride.
In retrospect, the great crash as the air to disperse "rapidly" in space, however, sustain its delicate takes some time to fade ... see a very pleasant time ... Cerain to create climates piercing.
The cymbal is rather thin, although we see vibrate. Harmonics are quite complex. The dome is not too discrete harmonics in the attack just enough to also play in a game of riding a little fuzzy. She has what some call the "wash" ... I guess that's a good definition of the stick with the sound that wanders quietly without having the sound earthy and beautiful arid Jazz cymbals. Provides the harmonic finesse of missing small dome. It's almost a semi-medium ride crash (I think).

Ping of the olive is accurate, but not much. Crash struck it gives a beautiful glow dark ...:) -
This cymbal has a very nice shot of the answer. Like all the cymbals, it takes some time so that the metal stabilizes and controls shine. Even if this process is long, it should age well. It is not too strong but can become and it makes (in addition to its acoustic qualities) very versatile. It's brighter and darker than a crash Avedis but a less arid K. Dark Crash
She responds very well at low volumes. A nice novelty sold in 2008.

The aesthetic aspect is relatively important to me with an instrument.
Its color is rather pale pulling a metal white not too yellow enough as signatures or too orange as 2002. Just perfect.
The logo is also very successful (for fans & experts of the typo used Ballantine's Extra Bold). By far the best screen in Paiste which is not unlike that of 2002. Finally the crescent moon and the star now have reason to be and give real meaning to these cymbals in Switzerland. Some say they are made in Turkey, others say that the metal slabs are imported and then formed into Switzerland will know ...? It is not of paramount importance.
Finally, its appearance unlike many others in the series is beautiful twenty because speckled coarse gavel as the domes of the K Constantinople. According Paiste it would be entirely made by hand (perhaps a little help from the hammers).
Cymbals gross and fine, precise and wild, bright and dark. A beautiful dark for all ...





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  • Manufacturer: Paiste
  • Model: Twenty Crash 20"
  • Series: Twenty
  • Category: Crash Cymbals
  • Added in our database on: 12/11/2010

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