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  1. #901

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    Nice stack idea. The flanger crash is not formally round like most cymbals. Its very wavey.
    I'm going a 14" Swiss Crash and the 10" Swiss Splash shortly.
    I figure the 14" can convert to a hihat top and the 10" will also make a nice hihat top on my 10" Signature Splash.
    The 10" Swiss Splash stacked on the 14" Swiss Crash is a nice sounding stack too.

    Acoustic & Electronic:
    Tama Superstar Hyper-Drive (Birch)
    Premier Artist Maple (with Birch Snare) - yellow/fusion.
    Ludwig Acrolite (1976)
    Pearl Sensitone Elite Aluminum
    Pearl COB Custom Deluxe [Gladstone] (75-76)
    Roland TD-1KV

    Paiste Signature:
    10" Splash
    14" Dark Crisp Hi-Hats
    14" Sound Edge Hi-Hats
    16", 17", 18", 20" Full Crash

    Paiste Formula 602:
    22" Formula 602 Modern Essentials Ride

    Paiste 2oo2:
    22" Ride

    Paiste Sound Formula:
    20" Full Ride (Frankenstein)

    Paiste Twenty:
    16" China


  2. #902

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    Ever heard a Paiste T20 prototype ride? It's made from B20 bronze, not B8. Now this is a great sounding cymbal. I am NOT a fan of Paiste cymbals, but this one is delicious.

    GeeDeeEmm


    Last edited by gdmoore28; 05-15-2016 at 03:18 PM.

  3. #903

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdmoore28 View Post
    Ever heard a Paiste T20 prototype ride? It's made from B20 bronze, not B8. Now this is a great sounding cymbal.

    GeeDeeEmm


    wow, I love it!

  4. #904

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    Quote Originally Posted by EyePea View Post
    Nice stack idea. The flanger crash is not formally round like most cymbals. Its very wavey.
    I'm going a 14" Swiss Crash and the 10" Swiss Splash shortly.
    I figure the 14" can convert to a hihat top and the 10" will also make a nice hihat top on my 10" Signature Splash.
    The 10" Swiss Splash stacked on the 14" Swiss Crash is a nice sounding stack too.
    Actually changed my mind-
    I've ordered a PST 8 Reflector medium crash 18" that sounds awesome, an Alpha rock crash 18" and the PST x Swiss flanger crash 14"-
    I've mounted the flanger crash right on my PST 7 china 14", and BOOM- the perfect stack!






  5. #905

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirkko DeMaio View Post
    Actually changed my mind-
    I've ordered a PST 8 Reflector medium crash 18" that sounds awesome, an Alpha rock crash 18" and the PST x Swiss flanger crash 14"-
    I've mounted the flanger crash right on my PST 7 china 14", and BOOM- the perfect stack!





    Nice one.

    Acoustic & Electronic:
    Tama Superstar Hyper-Drive (Birch)
    Premier Artist Maple (with Birch Snare) - yellow/fusion.
    Ludwig Acrolite (1976)
    Pearl Sensitone Elite Aluminum
    Pearl COB Custom Deluxe [Gladstone] (75-76)
    Roland TD-1KV

    Paiste Signature:
    10" Splash
    14" Dark Crisp Hi-Hats
    14" Sound Edge Hi-Hats
    16", 17", 18", 20" Full Crash

    Paiste Formula 602:
    22" Formula 602 Modern Essentials Ride

    Paiste 2oo2:
    22" Ride

    Paiste Sound Formula:
    20" Full Ride (Frankenstein)

    Paiste Twenty:
    16" China


  6. #906

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    I am likely to buy some paiste signature precision hi hats after christmas. i cant choose between the standard ones or the sound edge!
    Technique doesn't mean **** if you can't blast beat and spin sticks - Steve Gadd

  7. #907

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    just bought this sweet Paiste 602 Modern Essential crash 16"


  8. #908

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamastar View Post
    I am likely to buy some paiste signature precision hi hats after christmas. i cant choose between the standard ones or the sound edge!
    Standards would be my suggestion.

    I own Signature Sound Edge HH and Signature Dark Crisp HH. The Sound Edges rarely get used.

    Acoustic & Electronic:
    Tama Superstar Hyper-Drive (Birch)
    Premier Artist Maple (with Birch Snare) - yellow/fusion.
    Ludwig Acrolite (1976)
    Pearl Sensitone Elite Aluminum
    Pearl COB Custom Deluxe [Gladstone] (75-76)
    Roland TD-1KV

    Paiste Signature:
    10" Splash
    14" Dark Crisp Hi-Hats
    14" Sound Edge Hi-Hats
    16", 17", 18", 20" Full Crash

    Paiste Formula 602:
    22" Formula 602 Modern Essentials Ride

    Paiste 2oo2:
    22" Ride

    Paiste Sound Formula:
    20" Full Ride (Frankenstein)

    Paiste Twenty:
    16" China


  9. #909

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirkko DeMaio View Post
    just bought this sweet Paiste 602 Modern Essential crash 16"

    SO NICE. I'm envious. I'd love a full Formula 602 ME set. My dream.

    Acoustic & Electronic:
    Tama Superstar Hyper-Drive (Birch)
    Premier Artist Maple (with Birch Snare) - yellow/fusion.
    Ludwig Acrolite (1976)
    Pearl Sensitone Elite Aluminum
    Pearl COB Custom Deluxe [Gladstone] (75-76)
    Roland TD-1KV

    Paiste Signature:
    10" Splash
    14" Dark Crisp Hi-Hats
    14" Sound Edge Hi-Hats
    16", 17", 18", 20" Full Crash

    Paiste Formula 602:
    22" Formula 602 Modern Essentials Ride

    Paiste 2oo2:
    22" Ride

    Paiste Sound Formula:
    20" Full Ride (Frankenstein)

    Paiste Twenty:
    16" China


  10. #910

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirkko DeMaio View Post
    just bought this sweet Paiste 602 Modern Essential crash 16"

    Played these in my LDS and my jaw was on the floor! Exquisite!
    MAPEX - SABIAN - PEARL - VIC FIRTH

  11. #911

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    Quote Originally Posted by EyePea View Post
    Standards would be my suggestion.

    I own Signature Sound Edge HH and Signature Dark Crisp HH. The Sound Edges rarely get used.
    Thanks for the advice EyePea, have a good christmas!
    Technique doesn't mean **** if you can't blast beat and spin sticks - Steve Gadd

  12. #912

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    Quote Originally Posted by EyePea View Post
    Standards would be my suggestion.

    I own Signature Sound Edge HH and Signature Dark Crisp HH. The Sound Edges rarely get used.
    I've ordered them, and tgey should be here sometime in january, i'm very excited to replace my absolutely terrible old hats.
    Technique doesn't mean **** if you can't blast beat and spin sticks - Steve Gadd

  13. #913

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    NEW PAISTE CYMBALS

    2002 Black Big Beats are a new line. Formula 602 ME hammering on a B8.. = Dark B8. Darn nice.


    2oo2 Black - Big Beats. All multi's. 18", 19", 20", 21", 22", 24". 15", 16" Hi-Hats http://paiste.com/e/cymbalsoverv.php...&action=family


    Formula 602 Modern Essentials - 24" Ride. 17", 19", 22" Crashes. http://paiste.com/e/cymbalsoverv.php...&action=family


    Giant Beat. 26" Multi. http://paiste.com/e/cymbalsoverv.php...&action=family


    2oo2 - 24" Swish Ride. 17" Sound Edge Hi-Hats. http://paiste.com/e/cymbalsoverv.php...&action=family


    Masters - 20" Mellow Ride. 17", 19" Dark Crashes. http://paiste.com/e/cymbalsoverv.php...&action=family


    PST7 - 17", 19" Thin Crashes. 17", 19" Crashes. http://paiste.com/e/cymbalsoverv.php...&action=family


    Signature - 20" Duo Ride. 22" Dry Heavy Ride. http://paiste.com/e/cymbalsoverv.php...&action=family
    Last edited by EyePea; 01-15-2016 at 01:42 PM.

    Acoustic & Electronic:
    Tama Superstar Hyper-Drive (Birch)
    Premier Artist Maple (with Birch Snare) - yellow/fusion.
    Ludwig Acrolite (1976)
    Pearl Sensitone Elite Aluminum
    Pearl COB Custom Deluxe [Gladstone] (75-76)
    Roland TD-1KV

    Paiste Signature:
    10" Splash
    14" Dark Crisp Hi-Hats
    14" Sound Edge Hi-Hats
    16", 17", 18", 20" Full Crash

    Paiste Formula 602:
    22" Formula 602 Modern Essentials Ride

    Paiste 2oo2:
    22" Ride

    Paiste Sound Formula:
    20" Full Ride (Frankenstein)

    Paiste Twenty:
    16" China


  14. #914

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamastar View Post
    I've ordered them, and tgey should be here sometime in january, i'm very excited to replace my absolutely terrible old hats.
    You'll love em dude, they're awesome. I still am yet to find another pair of Hi-Hats I like better than the Paiste Sig Dark Crisps.

    Acoustic & Electronic:
    Tama Superstar Hyper-Drive (Birch)
    Premier Artist Maple (with Birch Snare) - yellow/fusion.
    Ludwig Acrolite (1976)
    Pearl Sensitone Elite Aluminum
    Pearl COB Custom Deluxe [Gladstone] (75-76)
    Roland TD-1KV

    Paiste Signature:
    10" Splash
    14" Dark Crisp Hi-Hats
    14" Sound Edge Hi-Hats
    16", 17", 18", 20" Full Crash

    Paiste Formula 602:
    22" Formula 602 Modern Essentials Ride

    Paiste 2oo2:
    22" Ride

    Paiste Sound Formula:
    20" Full Ride (Frankenstein)

    Paiste Twenty:
    16" China


  15. #915

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    Quote Originally Posted by EyePea View Post
    You'll love em dude, they're awesome. I still am yet to find another pair of Hi-Hats I like better than the Paiste Sig Dark Crisps.
    They came! and they're great!
    Technique doesn't mean **** if you can't blast beat and spin sticks - Steve Gadd

  16. #916

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamastar View Post
    They came! and they're great!
    YAY!!!!!!

    Acoustic & Electronic:
    Tama Superstar Hyper-Drive (Birch)
    Premier Artist Maple (with Birch Snare) - yellow/fusion.
    Ludwig Acrolite (1976)
    Pearl Sensitone Elite Aluminum
    Pearl COB Custom Deluxe [Gladstone] (75-76)
    Roland TD-1KV

    Paiste Signature:
    10" Splash
    14" Dark Crisp Hi-Hats
    14" Sound Edge Hi-Hats
    16", 17", 18", 20" Full Crash

    Paiste Formula 602:
    22" Formula 602 Modern Essentials Ride

    Paiste 2oo2:
    22" Ride

    Paiste Sound Formula:
    20" Full Ride (Frankenstein)

    Paiste Twenty:
    16" China


  17. #917

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    Acoustic & Electronic:
    Tama Superstar Hyper-Drive (Birch)
    Premier Artist Maple (with Birch Snare) - yellow/fusion.
    Ludwig Acrolite (1976)
    Pearl Sensitone Elite Aluminum
    Pearl COB Custom Deluxe [Gladstone] (75-76)
    Roland TD-1KV

    Paiste Signature:
    10" Splash
    14" Dark Crisp Hi-Hats
    14" Sound Edge Hi-Hats
    16", 17", 18", 20" Full Crash

    Paiste Formula 602:
    22" Formula 602 Modern Essentials Ride

    Paiste 2oo2:
    22" Ride

    Paiste Sound Formula:
    20" Full Ride (Frankenstein)

    Paiste Twenty:
    16" China


  18. #918

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    I recently returned to drumming after a thirty year break.
    So I picked up where I left off and bought a few Paiste cymbals.
    Trad signature 10" splash, 16" thin crash and 14" HH sound edge.
    Absolutely ideal. I love the mushy HH sound when loose and the clear crash.
    I also managed to keep hold of a 2002 18" flat ride that I bought in 1979.
    I love that dry sound. Still need to get a 20" ride though.

  19. #919

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Leo Jordan View Post
    I recently returned to drumming after a thirty year break.
    So I picked up where I left off and bought a few Paiste cymbals.
    Trad signature 10" splash, 16" thin crash and 14" HH sound edge.
    Absolutely ideal. I love the mushy HH sound when loose and the clear crash.
    I also managed to keep hold of a 2002 18" flat ride that I bought in 1979.
    I love that dry sound. Still need to get a 20" ride though.
    Excellent!

    Can't beat those Paistes. Been playing the 2002 line since 1982.

    Cheers.

    Rich
    DW drums and Paiste cymbals.

  20. #920

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    Finally purchased my FIRST BRAND NEW cymbal set ever! I've always loved the 2002 line. I have a vintage black label 22" ride and 18" crash. I can't afford new 2002 cymbals, so I've been eyeballing the PST7's. I was thinking on picking up a set of 14" PST7 hats and a 16" crash to go with my existing 2002s. Today, I walk in to a local mom & pop music store to get a powered mixer fixed. As in walking out, I see a wall of new demo cymbals marked down on clearance. So.........I walk out with these;


    14" hats
    16" crash
    18" crash
    20" ride

    All are PST7 mediums. All look like new except for finger prints. The BEST PART;


    How could ANY self respecting drummer walk away from a deal like that?
    -Brian

    "Too many crappy used drum stuff to list"

    Play the SONG......not the DRUMS!!!

    "I think that feeling is a lot more important than technique. It's all very well doing a triple paradiddle - but who's going to know you've done it? If you play technically you sound like everybody else. It's being original that counts." ~ John Bonham

  21. #921

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    Great score! Congrats...

  22. #922

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    Quote Originally Posted by late8 View Post
    Great score! Congrats...
    Looks like regular street price from GC is $425 for the set, but only includes the hats, ride & 16" crash. Add in the 18" crash and I'm guessing I'd be looking at around $550 std. Retail for what I got. Being the farm boy that I am, I tried to talk them down to $250 since I wanted the entire set. They didn't take the bait . They thought they were already cheap enough.

    They're not exactly top-tier, but they do sound a LOT like 2002s...just a little less refined. I think they'll be great for live gigs. I'm just excited to finally have all matching cymbals, LOL.
    -Brian

    "Too many crappy used drum stuff to list"

    Play the SONG......not the DRUMS!!!

    "I think that feeling is a lot more important than technique. It's all very well doing a triple paradiddle - but who's going to know you've done it? If you play technically you sound like everybody else. It's being original that counts." ~ John Bonham

  23. #923

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    Great score. The PST7's are the pick of the bunch in Paiste's PST models.

    Acoustic & Electronic:
    Tama Superstar Hyper-Drive (Birch)
    Premier Artist Maple (with Birch Snare) - yellow/fusion.
    Ludwig Acrolite (1976)
    Pearl Sensitone Elite Aluminum
    Pearl COB Custom Deluxe [Gladstone] (75-76)
    Roland TD-1KV

    Paiste Signature:
    10" Splash
    14" Dark Crisp Hi-Hats
    14" Sound Edge Hi-Hats
    16", 17", 18", 20" Full Crash

    Paiste Formula 602:
    22" Formula 602 Modern Essentials Ride

    Paiste 2oo2:
    22" Ride

    Paiste Sound Formula:
    20" Full Ride (Frankenstein)

    Paiste Twenty:
    16" China


  24. #924

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    Got to use the new PST7's for a full practice yesterday. Honest assessment; pretty darn good but definitely not 2002s. As most reviews state, they don't quite have the full bodied spectrum of sound that 2002s have. Mostly missing the lows. I'd put them between the Signatures and 2002s. Not quite the smooth, shimmering highs of the Sigs and not quite the full lows as 2002s. These are the mediums, so maybe the light/sessions weight would be darker. They are, after all, B8 bronze. Still, that's pretty good company to be in. I love the hats....even better than my Sig hats which are almost obnoxiously bright and loud. The 16" crash is nice, but more on par with a 14". The 18" crash is decent. The 20" ride is OK, but a little too bright and clean for my taste. I'm used to my 22" 2002 ride, which is pretty hard to top in my opinion.

    Overall; a very nice set of B8 cymbals and a bargain for their price. They fit exactly where they were designed to. They'll make a great practice set, but are definitely gig-worthy as well. For $280 out-the-door I have no complaints.
    -Brian

    "Too many crappy used drum stuff to list"

    Play the SONG......not the DRUMS!!!

    "I think that feeling is a lot more important than technique. It's all very well doing a triple paradiddle - but who's going to know you've done it? If you play technically you sound like everybody else. It's being original that counts." ~ John Bonham

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    Excellent find and nice review.
    Signature here

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