Reviews and Problems with Paiste PST 3 Cymbal Crash
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Antonio Salinas, amazon.com
13 May 2011
Summary: very good product, besides the old package protected by a sturdy box and is lined to prevent moisture. the product would recommend to add a link containing the sound of the dish when it is beaten with a stick to give an idea of the sound emitted but perfect as you imagine
Summary: I got the 16 inch Crash. It's great. Has a nice ring to it. Great for any type of playing. If you want a cymbal that lasts long, and has great quality, for a cheap price that you can afford...I highly recommend the Paiste PST 3 Crash
Summary: I got the 16" in the Universal Set; amazing crash. I then bought the 14" to complement the 16" one 9 months ago. I like it a lot, yet it has a very short sustain, especially when playing loud. Great for fast accents or playing a ride pattern in loud music.
Summary: Paiste is the best, no contest. Need I say more. Add a Tab for each cymbal company's web site soundroom or go to a music store and hear for yourself. Just my opinion. Ziljian and Sabian are great too. Everybody has different tastes. Pick whatever sounds best to you.
Summary: Very good cymbal. Yes it is brass but it doesn't have that nasty brass sound like others. It has a good explosive sound. It does have a little hum under the sound though. Also I need to point out that it is not as responsive as maybe it could be, you need to hit kinda hard to get a deep crash sound.
Summary: In the picture, the image of the cymbal seems to be dull, and has no shine to it. But when I got the cymbal, it was the brightest cymbal I own and still is.As for being a crash cymbal, well I bought the 14in cymbal and, the sound is very clean, I liked the sustain of the cymbal, I liked the decay of...
Summary: Crash de la gama media-baja de la alemana Paiste. La gama PST3 no ha resultado ser muy buena, aunque sí que es económica. Tiene un sonido apagadísimo, muy seco, no tiene brillo ni sustain. La campana sonaría bien si tuviera más sustain.