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Istanbul Mehmet 18" Dark Crash Traditional

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Dark Crash Cymbal

  • Size: 18"
  • Traditional series
  • Regular model
  • Quick-reaction crash
  • Deep, dry root
  • The Traditional series is suited for any style of music
  • The classical concept of this cymbal has been proven over the years, it was used by the earliest jazz drummers and bebop pioneers all the way to heavy metal drummers as well as in the latest developments in musical styles.
Hand Hammered Cymbal Yes
Finish Regular / Traditional
Alloy B20 Bronze
Produkt dostępny od Maj 2013
Numer artykułu 311561
187 € 861,93 zł
Zawiera podatek VAT, nie zawiera kosztów wysyłki 15 €
Cena w zł podana jest w celach orientacyjnych
Dostępny za 1-2 tygodnie
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Really nice allround Crash
DB5002 15.04.2017
I enjoy playing my 18" "Traditional Dark Crash" very much. It feels very musical to me. Its sound is medium bright and not as aggressive as for example my Paiste 2002s. I use it in combination with a 18" "Turk" Crash which of course sounds much dryer and darker. Because of its medium weight I can play it in a very dynamic way. Even though I use it in a Rock/Metal Band I can cut through the guitars but still play relatively quiet and this way not destroy the ears of my bandmates in the rehearsal room. If you really hit hard it might not be the perfect choice.
I think the cymbal also works great in basically every other (pop) musical environment, from Jazz to Blues, Funk, unplugged surroundings or standard Rock/Pop.

I Like it very much and would buy it again.
But of course, because it is to a large degree handmade you should be aware of the fact that every specimen will sound a little bit different and should be checked out individually.
I feel this is generally the case with Istanbul cymbals.
But I don't mean that in a bad way :-)
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