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Meinl Generation X Attack Stack
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This Meinl Generation X Attack Stack is a special effect stack cymbal designed with Mike Terrana. It produces an aggressive, loud, and cutting high-p...Click To Read More About This Product
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A special effect cymbal that will pierce any mix with aggressive accents.
This Meinl Generation X Attack Stack is a special effect stack cymbal designed with Mike Terrana. It produces an aggressive, loud, and cutting high-pitched sound. It's perfect for short accents that need to be heard.
Meinl's innovative and award-winning Generation X cymbals pave the way to a completely new world of effect cymbals. These Meinl cymbals have sounds that are consciously different and aimed towards advanced, experimental, and unconventional drummers who want to explore new sound territories. Meinl's Generation X Attack Stack cymbal offers contemporary and modern sounds, which were designed in cooperation with some of today's most remarkable drummers.
Mike Terrana is an American drummer, principally in the hard rock genre. His first professional work was in 1984 with Hanover Fist, after which he recorded and toured with various bands, playing various styles of music in Western New York state. He has also worked with bands like Yngwie Malmsteen, Tony Macalpine, Steve Lukather (Toto), Jennifer Batten (Michael Jackson, Jeff Beck), Kuni, Beau Nasty, Gamma Ray, Rage, Axel Rudi Pell, Roland Grapow (ex-guitar player of Helloween), Savage Circus, Masterplan, and Tarja Turunen.
- Designed with Mike Terrana
- Aggressive, loud, cutting high-pitched sound
- Perfect for short accents
This Generation X cymbal is ready to attack. Order today.