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Dream 13" Bliss Series Hi-Hat Cymbals

Model: DCG-BHH13

Availability: In Stock

$209.00

The Bliss series 13" Hi Hats from Dream are a dream come true. Light and thin, these hi hats are perfect for recording or playing out in a Jazz / Funk or Pop situation. Dream Bliss 13" Hi Hats offer the perfect vintage sound. The ease of p...
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Dream 13" Bliss Series Hi-Hat Cymbals - Product Information

The Bliss series 13" Hi Hats from Dream are a dream come true. Light and thin, these hi hats are perfect for recording or playing out in a Jazz / Funk or Pop situation. Dream Bliss 13" Hi Hats offer the perfect vintage sound. The ease of playing is impressive; a solid chick, expressive cuts and warm dry presence in the stick make these a favorite. Retro groove. Studio players love the fact that the 13" Bliss Hi Hats by Dream reduce the amount of hi hat spill into your snare mics. The musical overtones of these hats will quickly make them a favorite. Dream Bliss Hi Hats give today's players an amazing value.

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Very pleased

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Was happy to find these. Great for jazz. Thin, dry sound, that was exactly what I was looking for and a fraction of the price of other cymbals.

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Posted By:

Joshua D

Rating:

5.00

Amazing cymbals for the price

Comments:

These cymbals are econmically priced, but they really are not budget cymbals. They are hand hammered from B20 alloy, which is considered by most to be top of the line cymbal metal. I side by side comparison tested these cymbals against Zildjian Ks, Sabians, and Paistes. I was looking for something under $300 (let's out the Zildjians and Paistes right there) that had a nice dry sound with a warm semi-open sound. These definitely made the grade and they have a pretty solid chick as well. The truth is, I could not believe my ears, not so much for the excellent sound on it's own, but the fact that these delivered that sound for not only under $300 but in fact under half that price. I was looking for something that would be good for a jazz situation as well as a vintage rock n roll situation. These are perfect for both. They don't quite have the sharp stick bite that a harder metal has, but just using nylon tips seems to resolve that well enough if you need that kind of cutting sound for pop or rock. I do recommend these for jazz, blues, country or any kind of vintage (pre 1970's) rock music. These don't have the sheer volume or cutting power that you will find in more modern style cymbals, so Metal and Punk players may not be too enthusiastic about them, but for pretty much everything else, I'd say these will please most other drummers.

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Posted By:

Georgia Phil Rockley

Rating:

4.00
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