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Hart Dynamics Ecymbal S Crash with Choke
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Ecymbal S electronic crash cymbal from Hart Dynamics has the playing feel of an acoustic cymbal, and its TE3.2 technology provides unsurpassed sensit...Click To Read More About This Product
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Ecymbal S electronic crash cymbal from Hart Dynamics has the playing feel of an acoustic cymbal, and its TE3.2 technology provides unsurpassed sensitivity, dynamic response, and choke capability. Made of a high-impact polymer, it is guaranteed not to warp or break. Black satin finish. An optional-use rubber playing surface is included. Mounts on standard cymbal stand. 14" diameter. 1/4" TRS connector.
- Response and feel of an acoustic cymbal
- Choke capability
- Virtually silent operation.
- Unsurpassed sensitivity and dynamic range
- Rubber playing surface included
- Mounts on standard boom or cymbal stand
- Cymbal spring anti-rotational device enhances acoustic feel and triggering consistency
- High-impact polymer won't warp, break, dent, or crack
- Compatible with all mesh-style drums.
- 1/4" TRS (stereo) output jack
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This is my least favorite electronic cymbal, not counting the cheapo toys and beginner ones. It is very hard plastic and is easily the loudest trigger in my 19 piece set. It only triggers well if you hit the edge with the side of your stick...hit the bow with the tip and there is no articulation. However, it CAN take a beating and the chokes work better than the Roland CY-8's, but I find myself avoiding them and hitting my other cymbals instead.
Not impressed. I own the Yamaha DTX IIS and bought three Hart Cymbals to supplement my kit. I find the Hart Cymbals, while made well and look like real cymbals, do not perform as I would like.The plastic cymbal has a plastic sound. Unless you are amplifying loudly and playing with a group, the sound is quite apparent. To cover the plastic "thud" sound, the cymbal ships with a rubber playing surface stick-on piece. It peeled off within 12 hours.The cymbal spring anti-rotational device does not fit easily on my Yamaha hardware and does not prevent rotation. The movement of the cymbal is nothing close to natural.They do, however, come with an incredible guarantee and look sharp.