Man I really like them. I'm playing the B20 Emperor line. If you could combine K Sweets and HHX Complex's I'm pretty sure Emperor's is what you would get.what do you think about those Centent cymbals?
the drum corps/indoor drumline I work with got a sponsorship this past year. i like some of what they sent, but am still up in the air about others
Man I really like them. I'm playing the B20 Emperor line. If you could combine K Sweets and HHX Complex's I'm pretty sure Emperor's is what you would get.
I'm using 15" hats, 17", 18", & 19" crashes, an 18" ozone crash, and 21" ride in this set up.
That ride isn't crashable by most drummer's standards but I find it works fine for the way I play and what I need it to do. I don't typically use very washy sounds all that often (even the small crash I had set up here is rare for me). This ride has a strong defined ping with slight tonal variation depending on where you play it between the bell and edge and the bell itself is incredible. If I'm playing up tempo ride patterns or any sort of hihat work and I need a crash sound or some sort of accent I can strike the bow area with the shoulder of the stick and produce a pleasant crash sound that doesn't linger. You can certainly crash the edge and it sounds great but you have to have a light hand or it gets way too loud and you cannot repeatedly crash the edge or it becomes "gongy". I use the "stick shoulder smacking the bow" method for most crash sounds and save the full blown edge crash for dramatic endings.What sort of music do you play? Is that ride crashable?
Is that one of the Yamaha multipads?