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Paiste PST 5 Rock Hats 14''
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  • RemyxcRemyxc

    Paiste PST 5 Rock Hats 14''Published on 12/10/05 at 18:36
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    I used this time charley few rehearsals, just out of curiosity. This is a great pair of cymbals. At report / quality / price, it is not much better. Know-how "Paiste" is present! I particularly enjoyed the diversity of use. By hitting it with the olive of the stick, you get a brilliant and "clean" very nice, if you have a little fun at the attack on the edge of the cymbal, you can easily reach a large and well " dirty "in the English very well. Know what you want, really. It sure will not be equivalent to or even Zildjian Paiste 600 or € 700, but at that price, it's a charley really amazing. Accessible high-end ... ...
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    I used this time charley few rehearsals, just out of curiosity. This is a great pair of cymbals. At report / quality / price, it is not much better. Know-how "Paiste" is present! I particularly enjoyed the diversity of use. By hitting it with the olive of the stick, you get a brilliant and "clean" very nice, if you have a little fun at the attack on the edge of the cymbal, you can easily reach a large and well " dirty "in the English very well. Know what you want, really. It sure will not be equivalent to or even Zildjian Paiste 600 or € 700, but at that price, it's a charley really amazing. Accessible high-end ...
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  • MégafoukMégafouk

    Paiste PST 5 Rock Hats 14''Published on 01/10/08 at 02:11
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    I use this charley since May 2006 so I had time to get used to beginners but I had a little trouble with the power of sound and has quickly become dirty, but I m ​​' have made it and sends the pat (a term which means that it is). Finally it is a good pair of cymbals and I doubt that this award the a rock drummer can do better, whether by sound or solidity. I have tried many others before (or headliner stagg not terrible) and have casss while they hold up.
    My advice to the powerful rock drummers of modern budget.
  • Tina ArkosTina Arkos

    Paiste PST 5 Rock Hats 14''Published on 05/05/08 at 02:46
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    APRs have hsit between HH PST5 Paiste Alpha Rock 14 and 14 or Sound Edge I Navais costs on the Paiste site, jai opt for the PST 5 Because the price! But I'm tired of, discription as they say! Dj sound is pretty moves away from its site (mfiance recorded sounds but hey, when you try npeux not cause quya not magicians in your qualmatos bled ) but especially in closed position you have a spectrum dharmoniques whose height varies with the strength DPress the pedals. Cest ingrable enough, but hey it is true quune noy in both the rhythmic bass guitar was going on. For the rest, opening the sound is open and semi hairy cest not bad either. I think this is a MODEL MODEL charnire between the ship......
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    APRs have hsit between HH PST5 Paiste Alpha Rock 14 and 14 or Sound Edge I Navais costs on the Paiste site, jai opt for the PST 5 Because the price! But I'm tired of, discription as they say! Dj sound is pretty moves away from its site (mfiance recorded sounds but hey, when you try npeux not cause quya not magicians in your qualmatos bled ) but especially in closed position you have a spectrum dharmoniques whose height varies with the strength DPress the pedals. Cest ingrable enough, but hey it is true quune noy in both the rhythmic bass guitar was going on. For the rest, opening the sound is open and semi hairy cest not bad either. I think this is a MODEL MODEL charnire between the ship and the high-end and quil better type in the ship and wait for the bl davoir to go above and why not the range 2002! Now I think that this nest and I think in the same MODEL there ptits lucky that the fall can be a SERIES that does not sound too bad.
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  • Tina ArkosTina Arkos

    Paiste PST 5 Rock Hats 14''Published on 07/17/08 at 04:19
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    After hesitating between HH Paiste PST5 14 'and Alpha Sound Edge or Rock 14' I had heard that the site Paiste, I opted for the PST 5 Because the price! But I'm pretty disappointed, as they say discription! Even the sound is quite far from its site (recorded sounds suspicious but hey, when you n'peux not try because no one qu'ya magos qu'al'matos in your wheat ...) but also in the closed position, you have a spectrum of harmonics whose height varies with the pressing force on the pedal. It's pretty manageable, but hey it is true that once drowned in the rhythmic bass guitar it goes. For the rest, opening the sound is open and semi hairy is not bad either. I think this model is a hinge......
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    After hesitating between HH Paiste PST5 14 'and Alpha Sound Edge or Rock 14' I had heard that the site Paiste, I opted for the PST 5 Because the price! But I'm pretty disappointed, as they say discription! Even the sound is quite far from its site (recorded sounds suspicious but hey, when you n'peux not try because no one qu'ya magos qu'al'matos in your wheat ...) but also in the closed position, you have a spectrum of harmonics whose height varies with the pressing force on the pedal. It's pretty manageable, but hey it is true that once drowned in the rhythmic bass guitar it goes. For the rest, opening the sound is open and semi hairy is not bad either. I think this model is a hinge between the cheap and high quality and it is better to type in the cheap and wait for the corn to go above and why not the 2002 range! Now this is only my opinion and I think in the same model of p'tits there may be lucky to fall on a series that does not sound too bad.
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