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Bosphorus Cymbals Gold Series Power Crash Cymbal
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The Gold Series Power Crash from Bosphorus is a handmade cymbal with a bright, crisp and clean modern sound. It fuses the warmth of handmade cymbals ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Explosive and cutting, yet warm.
The Gold Series Power Crash from Bosphorus is a handmade cymbal with a bright, crisp and clean modern sound. It fuses the warmth of handmade cymbals with the cutting power, projection, and durability desired by drummers playing in contemporary settings. It is hand-hammered, then buffed to a brilliant finish.
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The ultimate cymbal for just about any playing style. Dry enough for Jazz yet aggressive and cutting enough for rock and roll. Great stick definition, shimmer and decay.This may sound dumb... But for being just as cutting and loud as any other cymbal I own they seem to be less fatiguing on the ears.Plenty of sound clips to be heard out there on the interwebs go check m out I think you'll like what you hear.
i just bought the 17" and 18" gold series power crashes and the 9" gold series splash and i could not be happier!!i bought these to replace sabian AAs that i had splintered.. and these are definately thick enough to take a beating from me (and i hit etremely HARD)the sound on these is realy fantastic! dark and warm but cutting at the same time. they're loud and agressive.u can actually use them as rides; they give a distant sounding pingy ring and they got small but solid bells which open up if u know how to use them.if ur looking to buy high quality metal at great prices then ur search is over!
I've been playing for years on a couple Sabian studio crashes (15 & 16) and decided I wanted something with a little more meat and sustain. Well, I definitely got what I was looking for. I'm used to my crashes being more of an accent than anything else, but this thing melts right into my kit, enhancing the sound overall rather than just being an add-on. I got the 18" and it could almost double as a ride if you hit it right. It's got a warm sound without being too mellow or soft, and has a huge variety of sounds depending on how you use it. I actually heard a full triad when I hit it just right. I'll probably get a 16", and some hi-hats to really complete the sound of my cymbals.