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Old 6th May 2009 , 01:53 PM
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Default good quality cheap ish hats for jazz

as per title, looking for some studio hats in the buget - ish range for jazz. want them to be quiet for when an amateur like me attacks them!
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Old 6th May 2009 , 02:02 PM
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Some good advice to be had here;
http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=35336
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I recorded a drummer a few weeks ago that had cymbals and hats from the new stagg range. I turned my nose up and reached for my old faithfuls but, I've got to say, they were surprisingly good. Like an old pair of A customs but for a fraction of the cost. Definately worth a look...
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I have some XS cymbals from Sabian and they sound pretty good for jazz

http://www.sabian.com/EN/products/pr...s1197/type1144

Mine are 14"
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yes trev!
i was hoping some one would mention these... we're thinking of stocking the range. do you know which ones in particular he was using? im liking the look of the vintage bronze series but fear they may be a bit to heavy.
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yes trev!
i was hoping some one would mention these... we're thinking of stocking the range. do you know which ones in particular he was using? im liking the look of the vintage bronze series but fear they may be a bit to heavy.
Man, I just don't remember. I remember his saying they were a pretty recent release. Don't think it was the vintage bronze. Can try and find out...
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I recorded a drummer a few weeks ago that had cymbals and hats from the new stagg range. I turned my nose up and reached for my old faithfuls but, I've got to say, they were surprisingly good. Like an old pair of A customs but for a fraction of the cost. Definately worth a look...
I use Stagg drum sticks @ 1.80/pair (oak series). Perfectly good if you ask me, done tonns of gigs with them.
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I use Stagg drum sticks @ 1.80/pair (oak series). Perfectly good if you ask me, done tonns of gigs with them.

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you'd remember if they were... they look like they've been buried and kicked around a bit! if its not too much trouble to look into it would be much appreciated!

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lol
I think I was just agreeing that their stuff, although cheap, was most certainly not crap.
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you'd remember if they were... they look like they've been buried and kicked around a bit! if its not too much trouble to look into it would be much appreciated!

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I understand they were from the new "Classic Series". Have dug around and there is a bit of an article about them here:

http://www.harmony-central.com/artic...aggclassic.htm
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I have some XS cymbals from Sabian and they sound pretty good for jazz

http://www.sabian.com/EN/products/pr...s1197/type1144

Mine are 14"
Here here, I'm a big fan of Sabian Hats.

Alot of drummers are getting the odd few Stagg cymbals now, I think they're great for the money.
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Used pro sonics hats for yonks and although theyre a bit on the heavy side they cut through pretty well for a 90 set of hats. when recorded theyre pretty controlled even when trashy. so id have a look
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I think you should check out the Dream Bliss range, fantastic thin cymbals;
Bliss Range
Really nice price too, i had a pair of the 14" hats before realizing they're FAAAAAR too thin for the style i play/the music i play, then i upgraded to my K/Zs
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