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A must for "Progger"!
Christian M. 680, 21.05.2013
I'm in the Progressive Metal / Progressive Rock area and I've wanted a very long Max Maxaxaxaxax (as you can also imagine Portnoy Fan). Now I finally got one thing :)
Was initially somewhat skeptical, since the sound completely surprised me without a set. The two cymbals vibrate when struck against each other and there is an overtone-heavy buzzing after the expected short "trash sound". Of course, I can not say whether this is only on my basin or is generally so; But I've heard of other similar things so I suppose it's a more often-occurring "problem". If one plays the Max Stax however in the band or within a Grooves, the sums do not notice at all (at least not to me) and if one takes it somewhere is the buzz on the recording quasi no longer exists :) Especially for fast and short accents or pushing doublebass patterns the Max Stax is the absolute hammer!
So the best purchase recommendation, 4 stars only because of the annoying buzz when you play it "solo"
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