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  • Pintech practice cymbals to e cymbals

    Has any one tried to use the pintech practice cymbals, with triggers on them do the work well?
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    Yes, Pintech practice cymbals do work well for triggering as I have used them in the past. My only complaint was that they do not have the feel and "mass" of an acoustic cymbal. So instead of striking a heavy brass cymbal, you are striking a thin piece of plastic which give little to no rebound. It is a great way to get some cymbals up and running inexpensively, but I would also look into converting a cheap set of acoustic cymbals. This is the route I eventually took and I am much happier with the feel that the acoustics give.

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      how do you dampen the cymbal? also dont the vibrations cause the tigger to singal alot? i am very interested, you have any pics
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