Dream Bliss Series 20 Inch Paper Thin Crash/Ride Cymbal
The Dream Bliss Series cymbals follow the ancient Turkish traditional approach to cymbal making. Each cymbal is painstakingly hand forged and hand hammered for a unique sound. The paper thin construction of this 20 inch crash/ride allows it to flex and wobble to create a unique sound. When struck, it creates glistening, wobbling swirls of tone and complex stick sounds.
- Hand forged and hammered
- Traditional Turkish look and sound
- Paper thin construction
- Glistening wobbling crash tone
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FREE delivery within mainland UK
UK Non-Mainland: £ 12
Rep. of Ireland and Mainland Europe: from £ 15 (calculated at checkout) International orders over £250 are delivered FREE except for large or heavy items. Please see our international delivery page or contact us for details.
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|Customer Comment||Our Response|
Really light and washy, not worth using as a ride really. nice and dark, exactly what i was looking for. I like a bit of weight behind a ride so i don't use it for that, i just use it as a crash. It's so thin that its nice and dark and decays quickly. as for looks it is pretty special, just like any hand...
Really light and washy, not worth using as a ride really. nice and dark, exactly what i was looking for. I like a bit of weight behind a ride so i don't use it for that, i just use it as a crash. It's so thin that its nice and dark and decays quickly. as for looks it is pretty special, just like any hand hammered cymbal. bell is pretty non existent but i haven't really used it at all, i had a tap but it didn't really blow me away. I play rock music mainly so i don't know how it would suit other genres like jazz.
Overall, you're buying an incredible crash, not a ride!
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