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Crash Cymbal from Stagg belonging to the DH series.

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  • burdockburdock

    Stagg DH-CMT14EPublished on 10/19/09 at 12:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    At the reception the crash is good-looking, thin as a sheet of paper m'enfin it not sound too bad especially for the price: stunning !!!
    And after 1 and a half months the crash was fle ... drama ... of course no guarantee that price l.
    Modre normal use.

    Rsultat I have redeemed this time a great opportunity Sabian slightly more expensive and sounds better and whose solidity is no longer dmontrer.

    <strong>Conclusion:</strong> Poor investment! ultimately, 63euros for 1 and a half months of use, made expensive !!!
  • dissdiss

    Stagg DH-CMT14EPublished on 01/24/07 at 03:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this cymbal for a few weeks
    The sound is stunning, clear, powerful, precise and very late
    I play for 15 years and sabian zildjian Avedis
    but after a cymbal fele I wanted to try my luck on the very cheap
    This crash sounds as good as even more prcis sabian AAX

    I would do without a doubt the choice 47 against the cymbal over 150
    in others it can be There's something but I did not find
  • ddinsideddinside

    Stagg DH-CMT14EPublished on 05/27/08 at 08:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have not used long. I forgot my cymbals so I took it to play. The studio sells repeated.
    What I like most? I have not found. It's really awful. Pans would sound better. No light, no volume, just noise. That said, the price is interesting. To begin, it can be good, but not really long

    If I tried other models before you buy? Bah, I have not bought this one. But I have that type cymbals sabian pro or paiste. Useless to try to compare.

    With experience, I would never do that choice. These cymbals are made for beginners only. As a group, the experience was disastrous. The good thing is that you can probably play in an apartment because the sound is not shrill, I doubt that it goes throu…
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    I have not used long. I forgot my cymbals so I took it to play. The studio sells repeated.
    What I like most? I have not found. It's really awful. Pans would sound better. No light, no volume, just noise. That said, the price is interesting. To begin, it can be good, but not really long

    If I tried other models before you buy? Bah, I have not bought this one. But I have that type cymbals sabian pro or paiste. Useless to try to compare.

    With experience, I would never do that choice. These cymbals are made for beginners only. As a group, the experience was disastrous. The good thing is that you can probably play in an apartment because the sound is not shrill, I doubt that it goes through walls.

    In short, I do not want to go because stagg cymbals at this price, it's still a good performance. But make no mistake of use. It's good to start and work at all. Any other use of group or studio is more than against said unless you are looking for a very special sound (it therefore assumes that an experienced person who knowingly out of the box).

    I put 8 in the light of the criterion "for beginners who want to spend too exclusively"
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