They are really good for the price, the crashes I came across are very trashy and powerful, almost like a china, but not quite. Dont know about any of the other cymbals but I highly recommend the crashes.
i use stagg cymbols when ever i can get my hands on them, they r cheap so good on a budget and they sound better than some of the big lable cymbols,
the crashes r brillient, splashes r abit thin, i have broken both of mine but they sound good when u get them, i dont no about the hats as im waiting to buy them, but the crashes have a very trashy powerful full sound to them... 18" and 16" r really good
i would say to anyone lookin at a good cheap cymbol to invest in the DH series.. SH is good but the DH is better
stagg cymbals are great. really cheap, hand hammered, and not bad sounding. i always recommend them for people who are just starting out and wanting zildjian zbts or whatever; but there good for all levels of playing really... it's too bad there hard to find around here.
Honestly, i highly reccomend this brand for anyone looking for a good set of symbols. Although the stands that came with the cymbols and a 10" china were not that great, my hi-hats, ride, splash, and crash are great. I have had them for going on 3 years and they are still in one piece.
staggs have a bad rep. its only because they come with shitty beginner sets that people put them in the same boat with companies like camber and such. i love my stagg furia 18" crash, it cuts like no other and is incredibly musical. i recommend stagg to anyone and everyone!