Thomann China Cymbal 45cm

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China

  • Diameter Ø = 45 cm, 18"
  • Handmade in Wuhan
available since April 2010
Item number 238804
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Hand Hammered Cymbal Yes
Finish Regular / Traditional
Alloy B20 Bronze
66 €
Including VAT; Excluding 19,90 € shipping
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Delivery approx. between Tuesday, 4.10. and Wednesday, 5.10.
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Maybe a got a bad one?
Oseland 26.11.2020
Sounded great. But it cracked within the first take of song. So it lasted me about 3 minutes. I would have sent it back but I purchased it, and it sat in my room for weeks because of lockdown. Shame because it sounded good but I have threw away money.
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They sound good but they may break easily
Soundsprettygood 10.11.2020
They sound good but they may break easily, I say this because I've had to purchase 2 of these (in different occasions) and after about a few months of playing they crack like there's no tomorrow until eventually there's no cymbal to even hit. I play with some moderate power since I play in a metal band so that may be the cause, although some other chinas don't break that easily in a metal context. I've had friends with the same type of cymbals and on rare occasions they may be super resistant.
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Perfect budget china
Joe Smith 13.03.2018
I bought this as a last-minute addition to my cymbal lineup as I wanted a bigger, louder China cymbal before a gig. I had tried Millenium cymbals before, which is the drum brand owned by Thomann, so thought this might be worth a try. I have to say this is a great budget cymbal, and you get a lot of bang for your buck here.
Pros:
-Affordable b20 cymbal
-Loud and trashy: would fit a rock, punk or metal context very well
-Looks great, not like a cheap cymbal at all
Cons:
-The sound decays very fast, which personally isn't to my taste
I've been using this cymbal for a gig and a couple of practices now, and I have to say it's holding up pretty well. It easily gathers stick marks, and as a cheap cymbal I'm expecting it to start to break soon, but because of the incredible value when it breaks I can afford to just order a new one.
I recommend this cymbal to beginner or intermediate drummers hoping to open up their possibilities on the drums a bit. It beats every other cheap cymbal brand easily, but might not be the best for professionals due to the cymbal's fast decay.
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thomann china cymbal
odysseas.giann 24.03.2022
not very happy with the sound, still enough for make a cheap good sounding stack though
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