Tous les avis sur Paiste 2002 Crash 18"
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L'avis de Power Kick"Pur son"
Parfait en toute circonstance
1 personne sur 2 a trouvé cet avis utile
L'avis de IroncobrA
Le son est riche, assez puissant et assez grave...Niveaux solidité, je peux pas encore dire car je ne l'ai que depuis 2 mois environ...
En tout cas je joue du métal et des truc un peu plus funky et j'ai quand même pris une thin alors car je trouve que le son est plus beau que les crash épaisse que le sustain est plus long et que le touché est plus agréable...
En plus on peu la rider (avec l'olive de la baguette) et le son est assez baveux mais le ping est bien audible.
Et aussi pour ceux qui frappent sur la clochent de leurs crash, et bien elle sonne d'enfer..
Bref tout ça pour dire que je suis amoureux de cette cymbale je trouve que son son est tout simplement MAGNIFIQUE...Je ne suis aucunement déçu!
I am Fan!
L'avis de farandole
je met pas 10 car la perfection n' est pas de ce monde!
L'avis de goodbyebluesky (contenu en anglais)
I like the finish on the 2002, its not very brilliant but it held up really well for years even though I was constantly setting up and breaking down my set, and never even wiped the cymbals down from hand oils and fingerprints. This had ruined the finish and even dulled the sound on a Sabian AAX crash I had previously.
Another thing I liked about this cymbal, was that it was fairly loud, not in a harsh way like the RUDE series but in a way that filled a room and still cut through a band. I would say that the entire 2002 series is probably sonically somewhere between the RUDE series and the ultra expensive Signature series. They have a bit of the power, projection, and volume of the RUDE series, though more musical and sensitive like the Signatures. They lack some of the complexity and refined tone of the Signatures though, to be a more powerful cymbal that would stand up better for heavier rock music.
My 18" crash proved very durable as it served me in playing heavy rock music. My technique involves setting the cymbals low and flat and being struck most on the edges instead of the face, so the edges received a lot of abuse from the sticks wihtout ever being dinged, dented, or warped. I think it has a lot to do with the thickness of the cymbal, and yet again is another reason why I was better off with 2002's than Signatures which can veer to the thinner side.
My Paiste cymbals were the most expensive cymbals I had ever bought, but I had become disatisfied with zildjians sound, and Sabian's quality of anything below the Hand-Hammered line which was too pricey for me. I believe I paid almost $170 for the 18" crash, more than I had ever paid for a crash, but still more affordable than had I bought Sabian Hand Hammered or Paiste Signature.
If I had to buy another setup all over again, I would try and buy Paiste Signatures if I could afford it because I would enjoy the complexity and brilliance, but for what I was playing when I owned the 2002's- they were perfect. I followed good adivce from fellow drummers in the same style of music, and played a ton of cymbals before buying them, and they stood up to the abuse I gave them.