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Zildjian ZHT Rock Crash 18''
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Crash Cymbal from Zildjian belonging to the ZHT series.

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  • gengis Khangengis Khan

    Zildjian ZHT Rock Crash 18''Published on 08/19/07 at 05:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I bought this cymbal in addition to ZHT set for a month. I play mtal and I hit hard on tom and cymbal, this 18 "cash rather well the treatment I imposes (I promised that I'd like to not be her place!) Any cracks or deformation in view.
    it lies at the bottom of the scale and high mdiums ass is pleasant to play. it is a wish and place sharp accents without too much sustain.
    Power level is trs "noisy"! I play Tama Starclassic Performer BB dveloppe that Watts had died, and it is a place in this environment sound (unlike the 16 "in the same SERIES)
    I served as a main cymbal and really is a good cymbal. A little heavy even right, blows hot RPTS dessu wrists and forearms and without rgularit…
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    I bought this cymbal in addition to ZHT set for a month. I play mtal and I hit hard on tom and cymbal, this 18 "cash rather well the treatment I imposes (I promised that I'd like to not be her place!) Any cracks or deformation in view.
    it lies at the bottom of the scale and high mdiums ass is pleasant to play. it is a wish and place sharp accents without too much sustain.
    Power level is trs "noisy"! I play Tama Starclassic Performer BB dveloppe that Watts had died, and it is a place in this environment sound (unlike the 16 "in the same SERIES)
    I served as a main cymbal and really is a good cymbal. A little heavy even right, blows hot RPTS dessu wrists and forearms and without rgularit the game, it takes a lot of cottage and gets out of hand (without taking a single habitide more!)
    rapprot Q / P, blah ... the trs is tough, do not worry about it but the price remains trs lev. Manufacturers of cymbals do not seem to know that in addition to the cymbal we must also buy a tripod to put it ...

    I do it again this election, yes, it is trs trs sound, the sound is powerful and sharp as desired. I AIM mdiums more high but a cymbal made the machine completely (turning and hammering is corect trs.
    A good cymbal keeps its promises, here is what I remember of this cymbal, adapts to the game on a powerful set powerful. Big hitters, it is for you and its rather dull edge that gives it an undeniable Polyval. 9 / 10 because of price.
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