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Paiste 201 Bronze Ride
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Medium- to loud-volume cymbal with medium sustain and a balanced stick sound. Bright, warm, full, and brilliant. Clear ping over controlled, clean wa...Read More
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Versatile ride for wide application.
Medium- to loud-volume cymbal with medium sustain and a balanced stick sound. Bright, warm, full, and brilliant. Clear ping over controlled, clean wash. Even, balanced feel.
The 201 Bronze cymbals are crafted using advanced modern manufacturing tools and rigorous programmed design parameters for precise mechanical shaping. These cymbals deliver powerful, musical sound at all volume settings and excel playing live for an entire range of music styles. The replacement for the 302 and 502 series, you can expect the same well-known sound and performance with a boost in engineering and quality.
A select, high-grade bronze alloy is used for the 201 Bronze cymbals.
- Weight: medium heavy
- Volume: medium to loud
- Stick sound: balanced
- Intensity: lively
- Sustain: medium
Reviewed by 11 customers
i love this cymbal, it has a really good look to it, it sounds amazing too. i use nylon tips which put out a really cutting pingy sound which is perfect for my music that i play.
This is possibly one of the best ride cymbals I have ever heard! I recommend it to anybody. The tone is sharp and would work in any situation.
I started playing drums about 5 years ago, a year into playing I needed a ride, so i purchased this . It has lasted me 4 years so far, and if it has survived the first 2 or 3 years of playing, it can survive anything. This ride hasn't developed and signs of cracks, chips or anythinggg in the 4 years ive been playing it. It sounds great for the price also. defnt suggest getting it for the value and quality
for the price you pay for this cymbal, its incredible. price to performance is far better than that of a 2002 or a zildjian K. bell has a nice ping in my opinion. if you need a cheap ride, this is a great choice
This is hands down the ABSOLUTE best ride you will find in this price range!!! Possibly one of the best rides PERIOD. It has a nice ping over washy undertones, the bell sounds like a cowbell if you hit with the shaft of the stick, and it's pretty good for crashing, especially on big, song-finishing, final notes.
This is a great deal. It sounds really awesome! I have Sabian splash and crash and this fits well and a Tama drum set.
This is a great ride! Believe me. Sure it isnt akin to that of a 2002 model or a signature reflector, but hell it works great for the price!It sounds good and is quite loud and what i am most pleased with is the bell on it. The bell is loud, piercing and integrated. Simply it sounds amazing and is a good size so it is an easier target to hit.Also dont be fooled by the picture of it. It has a brilliant finish. Really nice!
this cymbal is okay. i just bought it because i have been using a solar by sabian ride for a long time and i needed something else, but when i compared the sound of the solar and the paiste, i concluded that they sound really close. i was sort of dissapointed in the sound. i would say you should save your money and purchase a paiste signature dry ride.
I use this ride along with Zildjian A Custom hihats and Sabian Vault Crashes, and I couldn't be any happier with the sound of this ride. Every time I have recorded with this ride (2 demos, and 1 EP), producers asked me "is that an A custom or Z custom ride?" and I said, "No it's actually a paiste 201 ride. Do yourself a favor and buy this ride.
I Got This Ride About A Month Ago From Guitar Center, This Is A Really Nice Ride! Its Not To Clanky. It's Really Warm When Played Lighty, But It's Really Washy, I Like To Play Metal, So I Want It To "Ping" And It Sounds Like More Of A Jazz Cymbal.