The huge collection of cymbals on display at a drum store can be daunting, baffling to the drummer. The different cymbal manufacturers offer the massive selection of weights, sizes, and types. So, sometimes it turns difficult to know where to start for the experienced players.
Cymbals can be split into a few types, such as Ride cymbals, Crash, Hi-hat, China or Splash. A good basic set up that comprises a 16� crash, 20� ride, and 14� hi-hat is enough. A set-up like this will be best bought in the pack that will save on the price rather than if you buy them separately.
Cymbals are the other portion of the drum set. These are primarily categorized by size. Fast crash cymbals are of medium size and they gives emphasis in the song. Many times it is the crash cymbal that’s hit at the end of the song or a drum.
Fast crash cymbals produce loud and sharp crashing sound and is used for occasional accents. One of two Fast crash cymbals are the standard part of a drum kit. These are mounted on the stand and are played with the drum stick. The size of these cymbals ranges from 15 to 20 inches.
Every drummer wants to change the cymbals that they use. If you are a professional session drummer at certain point of time you will change your old cymbals that you have been using. Fast crash cymbals will serve you with every requirements. These are pretty good options that you can try if you are thinking of changing your cymbals.
Fast crash cymbals that are available today, their weight is less than the modern hi-hat cymbals. There are variation in weight and size. These are used to keep the rhythm instead of creating accents. These cymbals are around 12-15 inches in diameter and are very urgent for your drum kit. Both the Ride and the Crash cymbals are always used with each other. They are found on the left side of the drum kit. There are special stands that brings the two cymbals together that makes the crashing sound.
The role of the crash cymbals in the drum kit has gone away with the bass drum playing the identical part. There and many instances that during the composition of older music, the composers provide one part for this pair of instruments. The modern rule for the instruments is to have self determining parts. When the combination is played loudly, it highlights the note as the two instruments playing together put in both high and low frequency ranges and provide a crash-bang-wallop.