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" 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. But it can keep up with the bad boys. It has a very profesional sound. It sounds incredibal for a brass 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 the cymbal. The sustain was fairly quick.
Summary: Bought this for my son as his old one was worn out from gigging a lot!! This is excellent value & although not a top of the range cymbal it is still brilliant quality. My son is very happy with it , used it 2 days after getting it at a gig and was very pleased with it's performance. Recommended for anyone on a budget!