Paiste Signature Full Ride Cymbal
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Extremely balanced with an even response.
Sound Character: Medium bright, full, rich. Wide range, balanced mix. Even response with clear, silvery stick sound supported by full wash. Very musical, general purpose ride with big sound.
Background: Create ultimate cymbal sound with traditionally typical Paiste characteristics and expand sound horizons beyond 1980's cymbal program
Innovation: First cymbal series created from patented bronze specifically developed for cymbals
Alloy: Patented signature bronze
Production: Manual Craftsmanship - Hand Hammering, Hand Lathing, Proprietary Methods
Applications: All volume settings - Live and Recording - Entire range of music styles
Use Paiste's Musical Application Guide to find the best cymbal for your music.
Users: Working Musicians, Enthusiasts - Demanding Players with precise requirements who need fully developed model character in their cymbals
Sound: Musical, transparent, beautiful, rich, colorful - full, bright, expressive sound - Model range features everything from particularly delicate, sensitive to expressive, potent and powerful qualities
Looks: Variety of surface structures and looks - Hammering and lathing patterns range from complex to delicate - Elegant, classic black silk screening
Recognition: Received widespread critical acclaim - Generally accepted as the ultimate in characteristic Paiste Sound
- Full Ride: 20" - 21" - 22"
- Weight: medium heavy
- Volume: soft to loud
- Stick Sound: evenly balanced
- Intensity: lively
- Sustain: long
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Comments about Paiste Signature Full Ride Cymbal:
The Paiste Signature Full Ride is a great cymbal for jazz and fusion and has a beautiful and slightly dark ring to it. It matches many different varieties of other cymbals and complements the other Paiste Signature series cymbals very well. I own a Paiste Signature Full Crash and recently bought the Signature Full Ride and they create a well balanced, expressive mixture that sounds great on recordings. My one qualm is the lack of stick definition and the loss of it in the warm but dark wash the cymbal exudes. The cymbal still sounds great however, and sometimes its nice to have some of the strikes lost in the wash; it can give a mysterious and ambient sound to any style.