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Meinl Classics Custom Medium Hihat 14"
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Meinl Classics Custom Medium Hihat 14"

Hi-Hat from Meinl belonging to the Classics Custom series.

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Meinl has also introduced a new series called Classics Custom.

These cymbals use a B10 bronze alloy that is said to have a higher content of tin than the standard Classics Series cymbals, computerized manufacturing, and a brilliant finish.

 

Hi-hats

Powerful
High-pitched stick definition with a strong attack. Cutting, loud chick with a heavy feel. Available in a 14" model.

Medium
Fairly bright and warm stick response with a smooth crisp open hihat sound. Tight and pronounced chick sound. Balanced hats with a versatile range. Available in 14" and 15" models.

Crashes

Powerful
Explosive, solid attack and response. Strong, full-bodied crash with excellent projection. Available in 16", 18" and 20" models.

Medium
Full frequency range with a wide, full spread. Fairly smooth attack with a warm and shimmering fade. Universal crash for multipurpose application. Available in 14", 16", 17" and 18" models.

Rides

Powerful
Same sound attributes as the medium version, yet with increased clarity and brilliance for more cut. Perfect Rock and Heavy ride cymbal. Available in 20" and 22" models.

Medium
Crisp, clean stick response with a balanced feel. Full and bright sound with a medium sustain and a defined, strong bell. A well rounded ride cymbal for multipurpose use.

Splashes

Crisp, glassy sound with an immediate response and a short decay. Bright and cutting for fast accents. Available in 8", 10" and 12" models.

Chinas

Exceptional smooth attack with a great swelling sound. Brash, clear, sizzling sound with a warm undertone. Available in 16" and 18" models.

Cymbals sets

The Classics Custom Matched Cymbal Set includes a 14" Medium Hihat, a 16" Medium Crash, a 20" Medium Ride and a free Professional Cymbal Case.

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