I use it for about a month.
Previously I could test some stews, 2 and Zildjian Paiste (Signature I think). Until then, I have always been of the hihat sounds that I could keep on hand ... always a small ct "scrap metal" if you know what I mean ...
Well, regarding this product sign Arman and Sarkis (the son of Agop Tomurcuk) say it now: it's a charley!
First, it is beautiful. One senses immediately that this is a cottage industry and it does not control a robot by martel numrique sanitizes in a factory ...
Then it rings. The touch is soft but not without DEFINITIONS provided.
It is not a piece of scrap metal: it looks like he is rivet so the sound is round, fine and balanced. The chick is quite specific on and mellow too.
At the beginners I found a little "dark", but my ear was tamed and now I do not want it to sound different!
You'll understand that I have a little crush on these two cymbals, well obviously I would do this choice.
That said, you should know that I play most often low volume (even with rods) and I do not know if the beast can adapt a more "violent" ...
I think so but I can not speak from exprience.
Still, if you like good stuff, and you plan a purchase, remember to mark Whereas Istanbul or Bosphorus ... I should point out that only these authentic Turkish cymbals produced in Turkey are still handmade products.
All cymbals from other brands out of production chan totally automated. Ms K constantinople the industrial products are pure. Si
They have the appearance of hammers ports fawn random image. It's a robot that fawns (I know, hurt to hear
Now I'm not saying that Zildjian, Sabian and others are putting the trash, but when you look at how they cotent, it is reasonable to ask whether the report is not qualitprix carrment compartment that bad of a cymbal fawns hand for hours by a master cymbal, right?