Crash-Cymbal Paiste 2002 17" Thin Crash
Crash from Paiste 2002 series 17" thin crash
Background: During the 1960´s developing Beat and Rock music required cymbal sound to match the new frequencies and volume levels and in 1967 the Giant Beat series was created - The 2002 was developed 1971 fusing the power of the Giant Beat with the differentiation of the Jazz series Formula 602 - In 2005, Paiste once again makes the 2002 a core series for the future, as the best and most innovative Dimensions models are incorporated into the newly expanded 2002, adding current trend cymbal sound to this venerable line
Innovation: First cymbal series fully developed for electronically amplified music
Alloy: CuSn8 Bronze, also known as "2002 Bronze"
Production: Manual Craftsmanship - Hand Hammering, Hand Lathing
Applications: Medium to very loud settings - Live and Recording - Country, R&B, Rock, Jazz-Rock, Progressive, Metal, Grunge, and modern hybrids rooted in those styles
Users: Working Musicians, Enthusiasts - All players who need energy and drive and want their cymbals to cut through the music in all settings
Sound: Bright, warm, brilliant, musical, precise with high energy levels and powerful projection characteristics
Looks: A wide variety of surface textures with even, balanced hammering and lathing patterns - Prominent, 2nd generation 2002 red silk screening.
- Product code: Thin Crash
- Diameter: 17" (43,18 cm)
- Alloy: special CuSn8 Bronze
- Finish: Regular
- Thickness: thin
- Sound: Sensitive Crash Cymbals with lighter base tone and quicker response
- Production: Machine hammered
Cymbals of the Paiste 2002 series are also produced from SnBz8 bronze alloy. The alloy was developed by Paiste in 1963 to produce the "Giant Beat" series, which emerged from 1971, and is still used on the current 2002-series.
These tools have proven themselves well in live and studio situations. The 2002's have warmth, musicality and precision.
Powerful pool with a high-enforcement capacity - ideal for expressive "cymbal player".
The 2002's were largely implicated in the sound of the 60s and 70s, used as many Paiste players from rock, jazz, fusion and country.
The 2002, since its launch in 1971 ,remained essentially unchanged. The series now contains in addition to the "classical" models, extra heavy models that have been adapted to modern needs by elevated volume.