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Paiste PST 7 Session Set 14/16/20
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Paiste PST 7 Session Set 14/16/20

Cymbal Pack from Paiste belonging to the PST 7 series.

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Paiste PST 7 Session Set 14/16/20Published on 10/28/14 at 02:43
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How long have you use it? purchase five months but there's really used for 2 months (I was not)
I want new cymbals after bcp used, not having the need nor the resources I wanted to correct cymbals with a "sound" without ruining me or be too cheap.

What is so special that you like most and least? the look: color, finish, clear and soft sound.
little more PST7 the logo is almost the same color as my Sonor Force 2003 (Cherry Red)
on the other hand I bought to clean my cymbals because we quickly fingerprints ... not mine but those who are beautiful and can not help touching them.

big +: the choice of thickness THIN, MEDIUM or HEAVY.
big -: damage as there is no more cymbals in......
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How long have you use it? purchase five months but there's really used for 2 months (I was not)
I want new cymbals after bcp used, not having the need nor the resources I wanted to correct cymbals with a "sound" without ruining me or be too cheap.

What is so special that you like most and least? the look: color, finish, clear and soft sound.
little more PST7 the logo is almost the same color as my Sonor Force 2003 (Cherry Red)
on the other hand I bought to clean my cymbals because we quickly fingerprints ... not mine but those who are beautiful and can not help touching them.

big +: the choice of thickness THIN, MEDIUM or HEAVY.
big -: damage as there is no more cymbals in the series, here splash lack of size (at least 8 ") and HH (one 10 or 12" I would gets off) for it will crash was a few choices.

Have you tried many other models before buying it? so many series in different brands.
How would you rate the quality / price? correct
With experience, you do again this choice? I think yes ...
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  • Manufacturer: Paiste
  • Model: PST 7 Session Set 14/16/20
  • Series: PST 7
  • Category: Cymbal Packs
  • Added in our database on: 10/06/2014

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