#3
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Sorry I was typing with my drum sticks.
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#5
Zildjian is genreally pretty good I guess. I don't play drums, but my best friend fdoes .
#6
Quote by waycon47
...do u think the Zildjian ZBT Crash Ride 18'' is a good cymbal?!?!?!


Crash Ride? That name does not sound bulletproof.
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#7
definitely.

then again maybe so-so
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#8
no, crash-ride sounds like ass, get separate ones.
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#10
cue all the ill advised guitarist-who-thinks-he-knows-drums statements


well ive been playing drums for 15 years and i dont rate zbts at all there are many high quality budget models Dream cymbals, Stagg cymbals etc which i even use myself despite having some paistes and istanbuls in my setup (highest quality)
#13
Quote by lucertia.
cue all the ill advised guitarist-who-thinks-he-knows-drums statements


Well maybe some people on this forum are drummers.
No means maybe
#14
No, ZBT's are horrible.
Invest yourself in a 18" Sabian B8. Same price, better quality.

Crash rides around always the best choice, either. Go with one or the other. The mixed sounds is very washy and sounds terrible on stage.
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#15
Become the next Keith Moon, it won't matter what the **** is on your drum set.
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It takes a long time just to get this all straight.
#17
If you want a cymbal that doubles as both, I'd recommend a Sabian XS20 Medium Ride 20". Man that thing sounds godly.'

However, I make do with the B8 Crash/Ride. It's cool as well, but I'd prefer to have a main ride instead, with it as a crash, or alt ride.
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#19
Quote by waycon47
...do u think the Zildjian ZBT Crash Ride 18'' is a good cymbal?!?!?!


Nope, what are you looking for and what is your budget?
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#20
Quote by metal overlord
No, ZBT's are horrible.
Invest yourself in a 18" Sabian B8
. Same price, better quality.


Crash rides around always the best choice, either. Go with one or the other. The mixed sounds is very washy and sounds terrible on stage.






voted the worst cymbals ever on drummerworld
#21
Quote by lucertia.



voted the worst cymbals ever on drummerworld


The B8s are there to appreciate it even more when you get yourself some Ks or AAs.
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#22
Zildjian is great, but an 18" crash... how much is it?
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#23
Quote by lucertia.



voted the worst cymbals ever on drummerworld


True, but I never had a problem with them.
Although I'd take AAX's over them anyday.
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#24
I prefer Sabian.

And crash-rides are sound like crap. Test out a bunch of different kinds of crashes.
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