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hey all :)    08:05 on Monday, March 24, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

zilznash
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i have a pair of paiste crashes(16" crash and 18"crash\ride)and a 14" pst thin crash along with a zildjian z 20" ride.Now i have a crash sound in mind which none of my symbols can produce..it's more high pitched...im thinking of going in for a thin 16" sabian considering my liking for rock/metal music.what do you recommend?and also what do you think of my cymbal setup?

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Re: hey all :)    15:28 on Monday, March 24, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

keeth1796
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sorry, dont mean 2 sound stupid, but what's a ride? i don't play drum set

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but i do play cymbal alot with a snare. if u want a higher pitch, u could get a smaller cymbal, tighten the screws, or even get a sticks with nylon tips.


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Re: hey all :)    08:39 on Tuesday, March 25, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

zilznash
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hey!umm..how do i explain? a ride cymbal has a 'cling' sound.normally played in tandem with the snare drum to create a rhythmic feel.your idea is good,small cymbals are higher pitched...but what did you mean by "tighten the screws"..ahh forget about nylon tipped sticks..wouldn't want them on my brand new cymbals..also wooden sticks are best for playing. rock/metal.nylon:for cymbal work(like jazz)

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Re: hey all :)    19:50 on Monday, March 31, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

bariamazing
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Hmm that sounds like a unique set up... good depth but the brands u have i would have never thought of matching... if u are in search of a high pitched crash the sabian would work. I know the B8's are a little on the cheaper side but they have a very nice ping to them as well as a great high picthed mildly dry sound. It would match the paiste's im sure {though the type of paiste matters... but they are semmi similar in timbre}im not sure about it matching with the ziljan ... I play on Ziljan ZBT's kinda cheap i know but i like them... though they are not high picthed... so the best thing to do is go to the music store and try them out... every brand makes there high piches and there low pitches.

   

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