Paiste PST3 20" Ride

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20" Ride Cymbal

  • Paiste Sound Technology 3 Series
  • Warm, full, clear sounding Ride cymbal
  • Medium frequency range
  • Clear tone
  • Soft and uniform feel
  • Sizzling ping over full base tone (wash)
  • Always controllable for a wide range of applications in all styles
  • Medium heavy cymbal
  • Quiet to loud in volume
  • Made from an especially sonorous brass-copper alloy
Disponível desde Março 2005
número de artigo 179108
unidade de venda 1 peça(s)
Hand Hammered No
Finish Regular / Traditional
Alloy Brass
€ 66
IVA incluído, € 20 de portes de envio adicionais
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Cheap, cheerful, surprising...
Duncan M. 17.07.2013
I got my first one of these cymbals at the end of 2010. I predominantly play extreme metal (mostly within the post- and doom categories), and occasionally jazz. So in a ride cymbal, I look for a wide variety of sounds, but definition is still important.

The good thing is, this cymbal gave me that. When played with the tip of the stick, a nice pingy sound is heard, especially if using nylon tips. The bell is nice and defined, but not overpowering - especially when compared to other cymbals (Paiste Alpha Rides can have ridiculously loud bells, I prefer the PST3!). Where I found the best sounds of the cymbal though, was in the heavier playing - I usually mount my ride cymbal a bit higher up, so I can use it as a crash and play with the side of the stick a lot. And it really delivers, getting everything from a shimmering light crash that really fills out the sound to a monstrous explosion of a crash.

Unfortunately, it's not all good news. Mine did start to develop some cracks, but considering that it was over two years old and it is a cheap cymbal, that can be expected. I found that it's not too great for jazz either - it's a bit too... Bland? I guess. Certainly when compared with some (admittedly more expensive) Zildjians, it lacks a lot of character and warmth.

But for rock/pop/metal/anything that isn't jazz/soul/r'n'b, this cymbal will do the job if you need a replacement fast, or if you're starting out. Due to being too poor to upgrade, I got another one as soon as my first one cracked. Well worth the money.
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Anónimo 05.08.2014
Nice cheap cymbal for beginners. Not worth it's price anymore, cause there is cheaper and better quality cymbals in sale today. Goes well in training, but useless in studio.
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uncontrolled overtones but good to start with
Mr.Küpsis 09.04.2021
this is a good cymbal for beginner level. But if you are looking for a specific taste, either dark or bright, be mindful that it might bring many undesirable overtones to table. But at this price range it is more than enough.
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Paiste PST3 20" Ride
Anónimo 23.03.2014
this Ride cymbal (played as a ride) is really awesome!!
This cymbal is perfect for metal because there´s nearly no swish. just lots of "Ping".
And thats that what i like most.
The bell is unfortunately not very assertive. Thats the point i don't like at this cymbal.
Used as a crash does it sound not bad, but its not a crash!
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