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Krest Cymbals H Series Splash 11"
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  • Krest Cymbals H Series Splash 11"Published on 12/13/09 at 14:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    There is very little information about these cymbals. I came across it on an auction site, Ebay does not mention, I got interested because its price is quite amazing (23 euros I think), so I clicked and I ordered for purchase Now. Krest is a Brazilian brand. I thought I fell on the mud at this price, but I wanted to try ...
    Verdict? She is a good projection, sound is very clear and bright, and the sustain is short (for a splash logic). That's about (I do not know very well) 1 year and a half I use it and still no cracks. I am heavy, dark rock, I slap a lot anyway, but hey it seems to me not super strong either, I am careful not 'evil' type it.
    In any case the value for money is......
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    There is very little information about these cymbals. I came across it on an auction site, Ebay does not mention, I got interested because its price is quite amazing (23 euros I think), so I clicked and I ordered for purchase Now. Krest is a Brazilian brand. I thought I fell on the mud at this price, but I wanted to try ...
    Verdict? She is a good projection, sound is very clear and bright, and the sustain is short (for a splash logic). That's about (I do not know very well) 1 year and a half I use it and still no cracks. I am heavy, dark rock, I slap a lot anyway, but hey it seems to me not super strong either, I am careful not 'evil' type it.
    In any case the value for money is hallucinant.Elle Entirely fulfills its role of splash. It's a very nice surprise.
    The small downside is that cymbal effect is not very effective (when the tape gently into effect cymbal in quiet passages), it must enter with a certain energy. I often tap the same time as my snare drum to make accents and Groos same time that my body like a crash. (She still has the belly so we can afford it).
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