Using a ride cymbal as a crash.

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Re: Using a ride cymbal as a crash.

Postby Assback » Thu Dec 03, 2009 11:29 am

my idea l sound is impossible to accomplish without more than 1 crash. impossible. i want my drumming to be loud and ferocious and over the top and that calls for having more than one crash crashing at the same time or having one crash being crashed while another one is just starting to decay.

and i LOVE crashing a ride cymbal. love it. love it. love it.

id rather use a 20" crash than a ride of any kind tho. but thats just me
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Postby Thorsteinn » Fri Feb 26, 2010 5:37 pm

To keep the thread going; I have 2 hats, 4 crashes, 3 splashes, 1 bell, 1 china, 1 small stack and 1 o-zone type o´ thing. But no ride....go figure...
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Re: Using a ride cymbal as a crash.

Postby Drumosaurus » Fri Apr 09, 2010 5:07 pm

I don't like rides being crashed. Or maybe it's just I hate hardcore bands that do it.
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