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Meinl Mb10 Splash Cymbal
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The Meinl Mb10 Splash Cymbal has a flexible, buttery feel with an outstanding crisp and well-balanced spread. Quick attack and decay with a bright an...Click To Read More About This Product
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Fast and very controlled attack.
The Meinl Mb10 Splash Cymbal has a flexible, buttery feel with an outstanding crisp and well-balanced spread. Quick attack and decay with a bright and warm sound.
Meinl set out to get a totally clean modern sound with no annoying overtones. They started out with a B10 bronze alloy that no one else uses, and shaped it meticulously with overlapped hammering and ultra-fine lathing. A two-step high-polish process is the finishing touch in creating the warm crisp sound of Mb10. The finished products are beautiful, with a mirror-like finish. The Mb10s are good for metal, punk, alternative, country, rock and pop.
- B10 bronze alloy
- Innovative concept
- High-tech computerized hammering
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Comments about Meinl Mb10 Splash Cymbal:
My set's the Tama Starclassic Performer B/B, and it's rockin' the MCS pack, an 18" classics thin crash, and Sabian AA regular hi hats just for some background set info. I ordered this cymbal expecting a great bang for your buck cymbal from Meinl, it's to be expected, Meinl is the best price/performance ratio of any cymbal company IMO. I asked for this cymbal for christmas, there weren't any reviews of it that I had seen, so I asked for it as a sort of gamble. This cymbal (10") is an absolutely perfect splash! I have no complaints about it whatsoever, it looks brilliant, and it's just got that archetype sweet splash sound that you want out of a splash. Accents and riding do equally well for this cymbal. Specifically, the cymbal's got a rounded-off bright sound (not fatiguingly bright like many cymbals), and the majority of decay happens a little over half a second. I don't know what else I need to say, I'm a completely satisfied customer!