Summary: We needed an extra pair of permanently closed hi-hats as part of a percussion battery alongside a set of timbales. While a three-hundred dollar pair of Zildjian or Paiste hi-hats would have been nice, it would have been WAY overkill for this particular (acoustic) application.
Summary: This was a pretty good sounding crash for the money. I bought a bunch of other new cymbals, supposedly higher quality ones and I always came back to this one. I did finally replace it with a better used one but I liked the high crashy sound of it!
Summary: This is not the best cymbal out there, but it gets the job done. You really do get what you pay for out of this cymbal. The sound isn't as deep as I would like it, but for someone not looking to pay $200.00 for a cymbal you're just going to slap a mute on because you live in an apartment this works...
Summary: I think that all drum sets should have at least 2 crashes, so I bought this to play along with my Sabian B8 20 inch ride and 16 inch crash and a Wuhan 16 inch china. This is not the cymbal you are looking for if you want a professional sounding cymbal, but for me, it does the job for only 35 dollars...
Summary: Let me begin by saying that I'm not a drummer, so by no means am I an expert! Despite that, however, I am a guitar player and fairly experienced with mixing so I know a great sound when I hear it.
Summary: I purchased these high hats to replace the ones on the drum set at my church.I think they are fantastic. The sound is great. I would highly recomend buying these high hats.I shopped around and I couldn't find any at this good quality for less money.
Summary: This cynbal is worth the money. It doesn't have the big sound of some of the other more expensive cymbals, but it does the job. I'm sure I would purchase more of the bigger cymbals, if the price was right.