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Zildjian A Splash 10''
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Splash Cymbal from Zildjian belonging to the A series

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  • AudioNeoAudioNeo

    Zildjian A Splash 10''Published on 11/07/04 at 14:12
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    I have one of these splashes for 8 years, bought second hand.

    It is not very typical splash because it generates low-frequency (Manus Katché budding, go your way) but it's much more versatile. I use splash in high volume, and as a crash at low volume. Because of its sound, it blends better in a set of crash, during a "down" for example.

    I played other more typical splash, and if you can afford to have lots of cymbals, it sure is better (at least in the style of Dave Weckl: super accurate, not to diffuse in two !).

    At 300 francs at the time (okaz!) Is a bargain! A 100 or 150 euros, I would hesitate a little more. And now that I have the means, I would prefer something more distincti…
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    I have one of these splashes for 8 years, bought second hand.

    It is not very typical splash because it generates low-frequency (Manus Katché budding, go your way) but it's much more versatile. I use splash in high volume, and as a crash at low volume. Because of its sound, it blends better in a set of crash, during a "down" for example.

    I played other more typical splash, and if you can afford to have lots of cymbals, it sure is better (at least in the style of Dave Weckl: super accurate, not to diffuse in two !).

    At 300 francs at the time (okaz!) Is a bargain! A 100 or 150 euros, I would hesitate a little more. And now that I have the means, I would prefer something more distinctive.

    Overall rating: 8 / 10 (very good stuff, versatile, but precisely, versatile ...)
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  • absolutelymuse62absolutelymuse62

    Zildjian A Splash 10''Published on 08/23/05 at 09:39
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    I am quite agree with Mr above
    I, too, she is old
    and mine and rock, versatile and trash at a time
  • EvolussonEvolusson

    Zildjian A Splash 10''Published on 10/03/06 at 07:32
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    I have three spalsh of this series (6 ", 8", 10 ") for about 5 years.

    The sound is impeccable! Perfect in all situations, in all styles!
    They are also very strong and neither the sound or appearance, do not move over the years!

    Of all the splashes that I had the opportunity to hear or own, they are by far the best!
    They are quite expensive, but quality is definitely there!

    With experience, if one of them breaks, I would replace it as soon as possible with an identical model without hesitation!
  • trollc2ptrollc2p

    Zildjian A Splash 10''Published on 08/27/08 at 11:43
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    I use it for over a year.

    This cymbal react immediately what is good for accents (fortunately for a splash), but it is not as acute as some other splash and did not sustain a very short, not as a crash but not bad already. I think it's an advantage, however, finally not a problem, in my opinion is not the versatility is his personality, one must love, if you want a splash very acute and very brief, for pure tones I think it's wrong. Otherwise it is very strong although very thin, you do not risk breaking it if you can hit a cymbal ...

    You have to know to use it, I'm using it in combination with a medium thin crash Avedis 18 "(with which it blends very well), be alone but with another …
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    I use it for over a year.

    This cymbal react immediately what is good for accents (fortunately for a splash), but it is not as acute as some other splash and did not sustain a very short, not as a crash but not bad already. I think it's an advantage, however, finally not a problem, in my opinion is not the versatility is his personality, one must love, if you want a splash very acute and very brief, for pure tones I think it's wrong. Otherwise it is very strong although very thin, you do not risk breaking it if you can hit a cymbal ...

    You have to know to use it, I'm using it in combination with a medium thin crash Avedis 18 "(with which it blends very well), be alone but with another crash behind (a kind of rise) .

    Good in price in nine is pretty expensive, but should not charier is one splash so it remains affordable, the crashes are not the same price ...

    I would do this choice because it is a good splash with features to it and I find it quite original, but I'm tempted to go test K.
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  • minixminix

    Zildjian A Splash 10''Published on 03/08/09 at 13:51
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    Nothing to say about this little gem ... Mine comes from the U.S., it has thus finishing "brilliant" unfortunately unavailable in France ...

    I used to play rock / hard rock, it is just perfect ...

    At that point I'd be tempted to offer his little sisters (6 and 8 ")!
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