Dream 20" Bliss Series Ride Cymbal

Model: DCG-BRI20

Availability: In Stock

$219.00

Dream Bliss 20" Ride cymbals are heavier than Bliss crash/rides. While still crash-able, in fact explosively crash-able, they are designed for stick articulation, letting your "time hand" speak! That coveted old school sound in a dark warm...
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Dream 20" Bliss Series Ride Cymbal - Product Information

Dream Bliss 20" Ride cymbals are heavier than Bliss crash/rides. While still crash-able, in fact explosively crash-able, they are designed for stick articulation, letting your "time hand" speak! That coveted old school sound in a dark warm ride. The Bliss 20" Ride puts out a woody stick on top of a brooding wash, growling dynamic louds and exquisite softs make these highly coveted and musical rides. Dream are know for quality cymbals at affordable prices and the 20" Bliss Ride is no exception. Classic sounds at an amazing price.

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Beautiful Sounding Ride

Comments:

Perhaps the best ride cymbal for blues or jazz on the market. Sweet with darkness, just the right amount of wash but with super-duper stick articulation. I can milk several sounds out of it: bell/ midway to edge/ closer to edge/ edge. I don't think there is a better ride cymbal for blues or jazz that the Dream Bliss 20" at any price, and this cymbal is 1/2 or 1/3 the price of the comparable "Z" brand. Buy this cymbal you will not regret it. Note: I DO NOT recommend this cymbal for loud hair or acid rock, metal, or punk. It's not that kind of cymbal. It is a musical instrument and for playing, not for banging just for the sake of noise.

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Posted By:

Mark Webb

Rating:

5.00

Bought for school jazz band

Comments:

I am a middle school band director. I researched what is the best ride cymbal for about $200 I can buy for my school jazz band, and was advised to get this one. I got the 20" Dream Bliss ride. I was not disappointed. Choice of drum sticks is important. Light sticks with teardrop, nylon tips seem to do well.

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Posted By:

Justin Dickson

Rating:

5.00

Great cymbal

Comments:

I hesitantly bought this cymbal (mainly because of how cheap it is), to play mainly for small group stuff. It has surprisingly been a great addition to my sound. It is a gorgeous sounding cymbal - period. If you're looking for an all-around ride cymbal, this may not be a good choice. It is delicate, smokey, and can get a little out of control if you're riding loud on it. I'm not typically a heavy player, but this cymbal does open up for beautiful, loud crashes.

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Posted By:

Matt C

Rating:

5.00

Eh...

Comments:

Waay gongy. No ping zones. Careful with this one. I actually ordered the 22'' and they pulled the bait n' switch. Dissapointed. They had actually been played before they shipped. I understand product testing but there were several stick marks visible. Heavy duty cymbals though. Sounds better than Zildjan Zbt, or Sabian packs. That stuff is crap.

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Posted By:

Steve-0

Rating:

3.00
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