I did the research via the Web and several percussion Magazines to get the "low-down" on Zultan and they get good Press. The Thomann Site also promotes this Brand with audio/visual Clips.
I am delighted with it, it slots in perfectly, has awesum sound pitch/tone/sizzle with a nice sassy hasshy explosive response; It looks classy too on equal par with my current suite.
I now have several Zultan Crash Cymbals in my "Wish List" . . . I think Santa will be kind to me this year.
The cymbal itself looks better in real life IMO.
It got some nice hammer points on the cymbal that you don't see in the stock picture.
The sound of the cymbal bites really nice because of the brilliant finish.
Quick decay just what you want from a splash of this size.
The only negative is that sometimes it can have a weird undertone, but it's not annoying. But it is something to keep in mind.
overall this thing is great and for the price you can't go wrong.
A big step up from Paiste Pst3 and comparable with b-20 Bronze symbals from big brand names such as Paiste, Meinl or Zildjan.
He uses them mostly for the heavier genres, but should work for Jazz/pop as well
- Good sound
- Not expensive
- None so far
clarity of sound is great. Really good for accents and overall if implemented into solos. Just remember to take care of you cymbals, and they serve you long time.
Works fantastic as an accent beat, cuts trough a mix lovely and has a quick and tasteful decay.