Dream Cymbals Bliss Paper Thin Crash Cymbal
- Product ID: BPT14
- UPC/Barcode: 609722096553
|Grand Island, NE||0|
Dream Bliss Series Paper Thin Crash
This cymbal's extreme thinness causes it to explode with a tam-tam-like trashy wall of sound when crashed, yet the decay is extremely fast. When riding there is a distinct woody stick sound on top of a roiling ocean of wash. Not for the amateur. Available in sizes ranging from 14" to 22", the Paper Thin series from Bliss is a complete thin cymbal solution.
Bliss series cymbals from Dream are cymbals made from an ancient tradition. Every single cymbal is a unique work of art, painstakingly hand forged and hand hammered by the Dream cymbal team. Each Bliss series cymbal features a warmth that beautifully seduces at low volume and thunders with a froth of dark undertones when pushed to the limit. These cymbals come alive, shimmering and wobbling as if the mere touch of human hands excites the cymbal and it can’t wait to get it’s voice out there and sing.
Bliss Series Features
- Surface: micro lathed by hand
- Bow: low gentle bridge
- Bell: small, articulate, clear
- Weight: thin tapers at edge
- Hammering: hand hammered before and after lathing
- Stick: woody round attack
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|Bliss 20" Paper Thin Crash|
|Bliss 22" Paper Thin Crash|
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