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Zildjian FX Oriental Crash of Doom 18"
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Crash Cymbal from Zildjian belonging to the FX series.

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  • Anonymous

    Zildjian FX Oriental Crash of Doom 18"Published on 09/26/06 at 08:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this cymbal (in version 20 "recently and I must say it is simply a killer! It has a sonority halfway between a crash and a Chinese ... I have trouble dfinir so it is original ...... The best thing is to go and listen to the site Zildjian ....
    Both crash that ride (especially for 20 ", it's all good It provides good color spcifique my set Unfortunately, it is not distributed in France.. (For my hand I am providing in Andorra, but I think it is available in Germany.

    The 18 "(I also test before choosing) sounds a bit sharper. I finally chose the version 20".
  • Lestat82Lestat82

    Zildjian FX Oriental Crash of Doom 18"Published on 02/24/07 at 15:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for about a year in 18. "I (finally!) Managed to get the import to the store Dussau Music, and I confess not to regret. It has a sound completely original . It can be powerful (at full power hit on the side), subtle (played gently with the olive on the body or outward) and gives very nice sounds played on the brushes or mallets (beautiful mounted perspectives).
    I think she may agree to a practice jazz as a practice frankly rock. I also noticed on various kits on jazz festivals or at rock concerts (including the drummer Muse).
    It is also very nice with a hammer and reflections approaching K custom, which makes it even better in a kit ;-)
    I confess that since I, at every concer…
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    I use it for about a year in 18. "I (finally!) Managed to get the import to the store Dussau Music, and I confess not to regret. It has a sound completely original . It can be powerful (at full power hit on the side), subtle (played gently with the olive on the body or outward) and gives very nice sounds played on the brushes or mallets (beautiful mounted perspectives).
    I think she may agree to a practice jazz as a practice frankly rock. I also noticed on various kits on jazz festivals or at rock concerts (including the drummer Muse).
    It is also very nice with a hammer and reflections approaching K custom, which makes it even better in a kit ;-)
    I confess that since I, at every concert or the directors present at the batsmen to watch the approaching checksounds make and model, so the sound is full and pure different!
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