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Old 06-02-2009, 03:44 AM
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Paiste RUDE
14"Hi-hats
18"Crash/Ride
19" Crash/Ride
24" Mega Power Ride


Paiste 2oo2
14" Heavy Hi-hats
18" Medium Crash
20"Meduim Crash
20"Power Ride
18" Nova China



Paiste Signature/3000/Sound Formula
14 Sound Formula Heavy Hi-hats
20"Signature Power Crash
18"Signature Power Crash
16"Signature Power Crash
1987 22" 3000 Power Ride
18" Sound Formula Thin China

Paiste Dimensions/Sound Formula
17" Medium-thin crash
16"Thin Crash
16" Medium-thin Crash
15" Thin Crash
20" Sound Formula Power Ride
16" Sound Formula Full Crash
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Old 06-02-2009, 04:19 AM
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OK. I officially hate you both.

Seriously though, I had to wipe the drool off the screen before I wrote that. Great collection.
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Old 06-02-2009, 06:51 AM
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WtotheOtotheW. Those Rudes must be raging.
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Old 06-02-2009, 04:16 PM
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Great stuff men! Quite the spectrum is covered there. Excellent. Nothing quite like a big array of Paiste. Now just add a Twenty or 7 and you'll be set...
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Old 06-02-2009, 04:49 PM
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Great stuff men! Quite the spectrum is covered there. Excellent. Nothing quite like a big array of Paiste. Now just add a Twenty or 7 and you'll be set...
I was actually considering them over the 2oo2's but they only had 2 crashes avaliable so that squashed that whole idea. I know they have expanded since then but they aren't that many to test out around here
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OK. I officially hate you both.

Seriously though, I had to wipe the drool off the screen before I wrote that. Great collection.
;) . . You have a nice collection yourself from what I see in your set up..
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WtotheOtotheW. Those Rudes must be raging.
They can be.. You don't have to beat the hell out of them to get "their sound" like some people say.
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I was actually considering them over the 2oo2's but they only had 2 crashes avaliable so that squashed that whole idea. I know they have expanded since then but they aren't that many to test out around here
The 2oo2s are spectacular of course. Just in a very different way than the Twentys. I just recently took the leap into 2oo2 territory myself. Super sounding bronze. I'm very proud (and fortunate)to have both setups.
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Old 06-03-2009, 06:09 AM
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The 2oo2s are spectacular of course. Just in a very different way than the Twentys. I just recently took the leap into 2oo2 territory myself. Super sounding bronze. I'm very proud (and fortunate)to have both setups.
They only thing I didn't like about the 2oo2's was that I had to wait for the hi-hats to break in before they started to sound really good( the coating wore off around the edge on the undersides of the cymbals)
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whatīs that 24" Mega Power Ride like? I think itīs a fascinating cymbals and I would love to try one out myself.

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Old 06-15-2009, 01:51 AM
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It's big and loud. It's also quite heavy as well. Go here http://www.paiste.com/e/cymbals.php?...ory&menuid=263 and listen to the sample. It's spot on.
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