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Zildjian ZXT Rock HiHat 14''
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Hi-Hat from Zildjian belonging to the ZXT series.

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  • RégisRégis

    Zildjian ZXT Rock HiHat 14''Published on 01/25/06 at 14:06
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    For a month, my son who is "in" plays. hithat and the original had its place in the farm kitchen. so I changed it all for a pack ZXT rock pro.
    and it was the mtamorphose drumkit. You can play with him (my son), it is a pleasure.
    pro sound, good sustain, clear.
  • Dronic O)))Dronic O)))

    Zildjian ZXT Rock HiHat 14''Published on 12/17/06 at 02:12
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    I just bought this hat, and having had a long hat low end, I can say that the change was radical!
    A clear, well balanced, good robustness, the sound is distinct from other instruments.
    In short, a good quality / price ratio. It's a hat that can last a long time trèèèès.
  • trollc2ptrollc2p

    Zildjian ZXT Rock HiHat 14''Published on 04/19/07 at 12:56
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    Charley This is really not bad for its price, it is very sturdy and solid (a little heavy at once) it's not the kind of charley to deform a bit when you slap too hard with sticks of too high density, on the contrary he expects it.

    It is bright enough to make good rock, very precise, well drooling semi-open with a large enough volume sonore.Lors openings, it is very bright and perfect for bringing out the note.

    The only criticism that he not be done is that distinguishes a little dissonant harmonic when you press too hard on the pedal hi-hat, but that is only audible when played alone, which is very rare whenever there is a bass drum or snare drum, it can not hear and I do not even tal…
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    Charley This is really not bad for its price, it is very sturdy and solid (a little heavy at once) it's not the kind of charley to deform a bit when you slap too hard with sticks of too high density, on the contrary he expects it.

    It is bright enough to make good rock, very precise, well drooling semi-open with a large enough volume sonore.Lors openings, it is very bright and perfect for bringing out the note.

    The only criticism that he not be done is that distinguishes a little dissonant harmonic when you press too hard on the pedal hi-hat, but that is only audible when played alone, which is very rare whenever there is a bass drum or snare drum, it can not hear and I do not even talk about when it is embedded with other instruments.
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  • wildchild666wildchild666

    Zildjian ZXT Rock HiHat 14''Published on 06/12/07 at 09:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have this charley for almost a year, I had to OCCAZ OCCAZ with my drumkit.
    Most of this is charley power I think it is really good for its price, I recommend against course for experienced drummer hair.
    In fact I myself am starting to tire, because I find it a little too "baveu" simpa it at first, but ca Gave just a force, in semi open, it really spit it like a slut charley ! But it's still very acceptable, jazz lovers refrain I would say, but I think everyone has understood.
  • AntoanataraAntoanatara

    Zildjian ZXT Rock HiHat 14''Published on 07/16/08 at 08:16
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    So then when I got "I was happy as all because I had finally CHARLEY, not a pair of end plate that my mother even refused to take as a trivet ....

    The thing is like any Zildjian cymbals entry, the strength has remained at the factory! While I am perhaps not a poet of nuance batteuristique but still for a range rock ... that's what two years it took me to blow up this ... when Charley was going to crash with the pack ( CR16 ri22 CH14), it held a year, 2 months and 3 days precisely.

    So basically, advised those who want to rock and big sound (because it casually sends it seriously and drooling everywhere) but not type too much ... Paradox you say??
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