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Paiste Signature Full Ride 20"
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Ride Cymbal from Paiste belonging to the Signature series.

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  • Harmonics galore!

    Paiste Signature Full Ride 20"Published on 10/22/10 at 19:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Very beautiful object, a myriad of things to hear as you caressed the tips of chopsticks, fingers, palm of the hand, the tip of the nose on the bell ... etc., it will surprise you tjrs by its ability to deliver harmonic function in new areas requested, the only problem, of course linked to this characteristic is that its sound is hardly controllable vs. if you hand a tad heavy ... Sustain very important, this can quickly end up in "cacophony of harmonic" or tinnitus session for your brain if you are not careful.
    Do not get in anyone's hands, but mystical instrument par excellence ...





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