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Zildjian ZBT Crash 16''
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Zildjian ZBT Crash 16''

Crash Cymbal from Zildjian belonging to the ZBT series.

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Publié le 02/16/11 à 18:04
Zildjian's ZBT Crash 16" is a pretty standard sized crash cymbal for your drum kit. It's definitely on the lower end of things as far as crash cymbals from Zildjian go, as they have cymbals for players on all levels and all budgets. I recently played a drum set at a friend's house who had a kit with mostly ZBT cymbals, including this 16" crash. While I've certainly recorded with a ton of better crash cymbals before, the ZBT 16" Crash isn't terrible for the price. It's about as cheap as you'll find a decent crash cymbal, and while you can always get better cymbals, I think that if you go any lower than this that you're going to be getting something pretty poor. At least with the Zildjian's ZBT Crash 16", it sounds like a crash cymbal and would be suited just fine for practicing and even for shows. I wouldn't record with it unless it's all you got as it's simply not up to snuff for making any sort of professional drum set recording. Having said this, it's perfect for new drummers and even a bit more experienced ones who are looking for a decent enough crash cymbal to work with without having to spend much money at all. It's not dirt cheap new, but if you were to get one used it probably would be. I wouldn't recommend the Zildjian's ZBT Crash 16" for any professional drummers or even more experienced drummers, but for those are just breaking into the world of drum sets and crash cymbals, it's going to do a good job at a cheap price. Again, you can go cheaper, but anything cheaper is most likely going to be pretty poor sounding. I wouldn't over or underestimate it, as it is what it is - a decent starter to intermediate crash cymbal...
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