ok i just thought of this, and have no thought to it, but could you use your high hat parts for crashes? sorry if it seems stupid but just thought it was interesting
Yes, they are made slightly different than crashes. Hats generally have a slightly flatter profile and smaller bell. While this is generally a characteristic of a "fast" crash, hats are usually much more heavy than a fast crash of the same diameter.michiganice91":1qkahv31 said:i tried it with my A custom hi hats..but then I put them back on my hi hat because I thought they would break if i crashed em. I think theyre made slightly different than crashes.
got that same problem. tho if you use it like a tiny ride it has a lil ping that beats any ridewii2525":3b76tfw2 said:My Paiste 802 bottom hat is LOUD AS HELL! One day i just held up it and tapped and BAM! like a sonic explosion! I've haven't tried it as a crash though....If you crashed it you'd probably bust windows and eardrums.
<a href="http://s147.photobucket.com/albums/r283/ybcruel/?action=view¤t=tombstone.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r283/ybcruel/tombstone.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>EOTE_drummer":14877f06 said:i used to use an AA meinl bottom hat as a crash, and it was probably the best crash EVER. but it died (cracked)