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Postby I love Cheese and drums » Mon Apr 28, 2008 6:15 pm

SlackBackLazy wrote:Black Metals are great, I have a 14" crash, and its sounds sooo harsh, btw, are Stagg and Saluda cymbals the same?

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Postby SlackBackLazy » Tue Apr 29, 2008 11:45 am

Ok, I was just wandering why someone posted pictures of Saludas then
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Postby sjoey1r » Sun May 11, 2008 2:04 pm

The black metal bells are brilliant.

nice tones with a decent price tag!

If you ask me there effects cymbals (chinas, splashes etc...)

Are SUPERB. absolutely love mine!

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Postby SlackBackLazy » Mon May 12, 2008 9:04 am

nice, i was thinking about getting a stagg china, how much are they?
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Postby Zim » Tue Sep 02, 2008 6:59 pm

Tazdrummer wrote:
Howepirate wrote:
Tazdrummer wrote:I wouldn't mind hearing some reviews on the black metal bells.

I am probably getting one in the next few months but wouldn't mind hearing someones first hand opinion.


I have one, great bell sound.

Sounds deeper than it looks and isn't nearly as pingy and overbearing as the Zil-Bel. I have them both on my kit and they tend to work pretty well together.


Modern Drummer gave them a great review.

Once I get my hats I think the next cymbal purchase (or the one after that) will be either the black metal bell or possibly one of these Saluda prototype bells I saw in PDF...

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Postby AmnestysLowEnd » Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:13 pm

I played a Stagg bell and almost bought it but then I realized it had a pretty nice crack in the middle oddly enough it didn't go all the way threw the cymbal and it was brand new!
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Postby Mike_Drums » Tue Sep 02, 2008 9:24 pm

AmnestysLowEnd wrote:I played a Stagg bell and almost bought it but then I realized it had a pretty nice crack in the middle oddly enough it didn't go all the way threw the cymbal and it was brand new!

are you sure it was a crack? i have mistaken a deep tonal groove for a crack
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Re: Stagg Cymbals

Postby Cymbalista » Sun Jul 05, 2009 6:53 am

I always try to tell young drummers " Newbies" or guys who are budget constrained to consider both Stagg and Wuhan Cymbals instead of the dreadful entry level B8 cymbals offered by the big 3. Both brands are far superior to the entry level junk the big guys offer. With brands like Stagg and Wuhan why would anyone even consider playing Zbt's, B8's and the like. It makes no scence to me.
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Re: Stagg Cymbals

Postby MrPowerRide » Sun Jul 05, 2009 10:37 am

Cymbalista wrote:I always try to tell young drummers " Newbies" or guys who are budget constrained to consider both Stagg and Wuhan Cymbals instead of the dreadful entry level B8 cymbals offered by the big 3. Both brands are far superior to the entry level junk the big guys offer. With brands like Stagg and Wuhan why would anyone even consider playing Zbt's, B8's and the like. It makes no scence to me.

i definitely wouldnt put paiste in the b8 mess. their entry level b8s are closer to pro than anyone else. alphas particularly, pst5s arent bad at all either. $200 for a pair of alpha soundedge hihats will beat out any stagg or wuhan both in quality and how long they last. not to mention alpha soundedges are absolute pro sounding/quality cymbals. check out their website for sound samples, and the sound samples are pretty close to exactly what they sound like. paiste prides themselves on consistency. something zildjian and sabian do not, which can be good in some cases i'll admit
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Re: Stagg Cymbals

Postby DanielTBO » Wed Mar 24, 2010 3:41 am

I used to have a 16" stagg crash when i just started out. It sounded like a car crash everytime i hitted the damn thing.

Seriously, it could have been on a GG Allin album. Totally happy with my Amedia's (hand hammered turkish cymbals) now so i can laugh about it, although it was a waste of 30 euro's.
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