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UFIP Ritmo Crash 16''
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UFIP Ritmo Crash 16''

Crash Cymbal from UFIP belonging to the Ritmo series.

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UFIP Ritmo Crash 16''Published on 12/17/04 at 00:09
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I use it for 5 years and I find it perfect. Very clear sound, great flexibility and above all it sounds without the bully! A very good value q / p, although the cymbals have increased significantly in recent times. A model must set a "standard".
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UFIP Ritmo Crash 16''Published on 01/10/05 at 18:57
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I had it in 15 "and it's all good! Its sounds easily with both sticks with the mallet. 700 bullets a 15" on Baguetterie paris. Very good value well above all ZBT , b8, 302, etc ...
I unfortunately broke six months ago after nearly five years of good and loyal service.
She endured the repeated angry, muscular and concerts has never been cleaned ... snif brave beast ...
Now it's a great ice cutter to cut bell that sounds of thunder!
HS will see the side of stagg brilliant, dragon and SH series I found the pearls!
14 to 45 euros a "brilliant thin downright confusing series in its attention to splash and splash it's tough and sounds great in contrast to charley and wrinkles are......
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I had it in 15 "and it's all good! Its sounds easily with both sticks with the mallet. 700 bullets a 15" on Baguetterie paris. Very good value well above all ZBT , b8, 302, etc ...
I unfortunately broke six months ago after nearly five years of good and loyal service.
She endured the repeated angry, muscular and concerts has never been cleaned ... snif brave beast ...
Now it's a great ice cutter to cut bell that sounds of thunder!
HS will see the side of stagg brilliant, dragon and SH series I found the pearls!
14 to 45 euros a "brilliant thin downright confusing series in its attention to splash and splash it's tough and sounds great in contrast to charley and wrinkles are often very bad but considering the price (if B20 bronze so if I swear!) I think I'll test ride remarteler a stagg ...
8 points because ... is always better.
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EKweelEKweel

UFIP Ritmo Crash 16''Published on 12/15/06 at 01:37
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I have a Ritmo Crash 18 "70s (old model Rytmo current) that I use for 2 years at the time of writing the post.
If there were two words to define: VERSATILE and EXCELLENT. It has no fault to me. The sound is beautiful, slightly crystalline. You should know the hitting, because it just sounds different issue, as long as short as powerful as low ... You should know that the cymbals do not have a lot of copper, so they offer crystal clear sound ... on the other hand-it must be hit hard for the fishing, if the sound is sweet. Before I used to acquire already Paiste, Sabian and I can tell you that this series of 70's is much better (to me) a Zildjian Paiste Alpha or K. Next, each his own .........
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I have a Ritmo Crash 18 "70s (old model Rytmo current) that I use for 2 years at the time of writing the post.
If there were two words to define: VERSATILE and EXCELLENT. It has no fault to me. The sound is beautiful, slightly crystalline. You should know the hitting, because it just sounds different issue, as long as short as powerful as low ... You should know that the cymbals do not have a lot of copper, so they offer crystal clear sound ... on the other hand-it must be hit hard for the fishing, if the sound is sweet. Before I used to acquire already Paiste, Sabian and I can tell you that this series of 70's is much better (to me) a Zildjian Paiste Alpha or K. Next, each his own ...
Value for money is cheap, very well. I paid € 80 second hand.
If you can have it one day, please, mine I will always keep on all my kits.
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  • Manufacturer: UFIP
  • Model: Ritmo Crash 16''
  • Series: Ritmo
  • Category: Crash Cymbals

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Other names: ritmocrash 16'', ritmocrash16'', ritmo crash16''

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