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Hart Dynamics Ecymbal II Ride
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The patented Bronze Metal Ecymbal II electronic ride cymbal by Hart Dynamics feels and plays exactly like an acoustic cymbal because it is! The ride ...Read More
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Why play a pad when you can play the real thing?
The patented Bronze Metal Ecymbal II electronic ride cymbal by Hart Dynamics feels and plays exactly like an acoustic cymbal because it is! The ride features Hart's patented design in which two cymbals are riveted together to eliminate resonance and acoustic volume. The ride cymbal comes with gum rubber on 1/3 of the cymbal so you can play on metal part of cymbal for exact acoustic feel or gum rubber for extreme stealth.
This cymbal is virtually indistinguishable from a brilliant-finish acoustic cymbal. Ride cymbals also come with Aquarian Cymbal Springs to enhance feel. All cymbals have incredible triggering characteristics. Heavy-duty trigger with high output and snap-lock 1/4" connectors to ensure cymbals stop playing when you do.
Lifetime guarantee against breakage.
- Electracoustic cymbal features Transparent Energy Transfer (TE3.2) technology which allows the response and feel of an acoustic cymbal while achieving virtually silent operation
- 16" Ecymbal Rides feature bronze metal cymbals for enhanced acoustic feel
- Custom blended rubber on 1/3 of cymbal for stealth
- Rotate and play on metal for exact acoustic feel
- True dual-trigger design with 3-zone capability
- Outputs available in 1/4" TRS format
- Unsurpassed sensitivity, dynamic range and positional sensing
- Ecymbal II ride features highly polished brilliant finish
- Mounts on standard boom or cymbal stand
- Includes heavy-duty cymbal spring
- 1/4" TRS (stereo) connector output format
Reviewed by 5 customers
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I have a Roland td20 module and use a combination of Roland CY- 8's, and Harts metal ecymbal one and two series. Although you have to increase the sensitivity a bit with the Harts compared to the Roland cymbals on the module, one you get the sensitivity set, I actually prefer the Harts because of their solid, aesthetic, cymbal feel,
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I bought the top of the line Hart 6.4 chrome model with a td20. I liked the look of the kit plus the lower cost of the kit compared to the TD20 Roland kit. I thought it would be the better choice. BOY was I wrong the pads are good but the cymbals by the way are the new metal EII, but these things are a piece of crap!!! They break. All my cymbals have failed and have been repaired the crash and china have been repaired twice. Don?t make the same mistake I did, for I wish I had gone with the best Roland.
this ride cymbal is a two zone trigger, there is a trigger for the bell and a trigger for the edge,,, this is a real metal cymbal (actually two cymbals riveted together) so the feel is excellent, very sturdy and very durable. adjust the sensitivity of your module to be more sensitive since this is metal not plastic, but even subtile nuances are picked up
This is worse than Hart's ecymbal II crashes! Even after making the recommended changes in the module, the output is barely audible. I'm saving for a Roland CY15 now and will get rid of this thing.
I have been using this ride live for 6 months and while I have had to return the cymbal for repair twice due to the bell trigger failing (lifetime warranty), it has the best "feel" of any electronic cymbal ride I've ever used. The finish has remained intact and offers a dual triggering system for bell and bow. I've been using this cymbal with a Roland TD-8. I would have rated this cymbal a 10 had I not have had to return it twice.