paiste 402 (logo verde)

Tema en 'Platos' comenzado por caco, 11 de Octubre de 2007.

  1. un colega tiene una batería del año de la pera en la casa de sus abuelos y uno de los platos es un paiste 402, con el logo verde. Hay unas series más nuevas que tambien se llaman 402 pero no son esas.

    alguien me puede decir algo de este plato?
     
  2. yo tengo un 402 pero el logo es negro. ese que tu dices no lo conozco. ya me entró curiosidad...
     
  3. Sacado de wikipedia:

    Classic Paiste lines include:
    • 302, 402, 502, 802 popular budget level cymbals from the 1990s - early 2000s, in 1997 were enhanced sonically and received the plus-labeling and the addition of the 802. Discontinued in 2005 from the way of the new Paiste Sound Technology-, or PST-lines.
    • Formula 602 series, made from B20 bronze, first released in 1957. These cymbals have a dedicated group of fans. Many examples of the heavier types still exist, but the paper-thin crashes are rare and almost priceless, other models vary between these extremes.
    • 101 series, different from current 101, beginner level cymbals made of nickel silver, produced from 1974 to -79. Then another Brass version Discontinued In 2005, for a newer version
    • 404 series, beginner level CuSn8-cymbals, produced from 1974 to 1985.
    • 505 series, advanced student CuSn8-cymbals, produced from 1974 to 1985.
    • 200 series, beginner level cymbals made of brass, produced from 1986 until the beginning of the 1990s.
    • 400 series, advanced student cymbals made of CuSn8 bronze, produced from 1986 until the beginning of the 1990s. Was also available with COLORSOUND finishes.
    • 500 series, orchestral/marching cymbals made of CuSn8 bronze, produced from 1986 until the beginning of the 1990s. Was also available with COLORSOUND finishes.
    • 900 series, orchestral/marching cymbals made of CuSn8 bronze, produced from 1986 until the beginning of the 1990s. Was also available with COLORSOUND finishes.
    • 1000 series
      • 1. semi-professional line made of CuSn8 bronze, produced from 1986 until the beginning of the 1990s. Was also available in RUDE finish.
      • 2. Series of orchestra/marching cymbals, also available in COLORSOUND finishes.
    • 2000 professional series made of CuSn8 bronze, produced from 1986 until the beginning of the 1990s. Was also available with COLORSOUND and Sound Reflection finishes.
    • 3000 professional series made of CuSn8 bronze, produced from 1986 until the beginning of the 1990s. Was also available with RUDE and Sound Reflection finishes.
    • Sound Formula, one of the first series to use Paiste's patented Signature Alloy, which was at first known as Sound Alloy or Sound Formula. Eventually absorbed by the "Signature" line.
    • COLORSOUND 5 series, professional CuSn8-cymbals, produced from appox. 1983 to 1986. Five colors were offered for visual appeal. Note: The COLORSOUND 5 cymbals are different than 400, 500, 900, 2000 and Visions cymbals even though they are colored, or have the COLORSOUND name attached.
    • VISIONS series, professional level; Both Signature Alloy and CuSn8 alloy cymbals, produced in the early mid 90s. Were treated with COLORSOUND process. Offered in Black only. Designed for Terry Bozzio.
    • BRASSTONES, an entry level brass series introduced in the early 90s, discontinued in the mid-90s.
    • Stanople, a mid-line series introduced in the 1960s, discontinued in the 1970s.
    • Ludwig Standard, a mid-line series from the 1950s-70s produced for distribution by Ludwig Drums.
    • Stambul, their old top-of-the-line cymbals, produced from 1932 to 1965 from NS12 nickel-bronze and later made of CuSn8 bronze.
    • Zilko, a cymbal line made in the 50's second to Stambul.
    • SOUND CREATION, top of the line professional bell bronze cymbals that were made alongside the 602 series starting in 1975 till the end of 80's.
    • Dixie, entry level NS12 cymbals made in the 60's, later also offered in B8.
    • Dimensions - This was considered a professional level cymbal which later merged in with the 2002 line. They were introduced in 1999 and are now discontinued.
    • Innovations - This is a professional level cymbal line made with the 2002 bronze. They are mechanically pre-shaped, hand hammered, and lathed. Introducted in 2001, this line is now discontinued.
    No será 400??
     
  4. No se hasta que punto es posible, pero a lo mejor el logo se ha aviejado tanto que se ha quedao verde jeje.
     
  5. es mas facil que sea un 505

    lo digo por lo del logo verde.... yo tengo dos y estan en perfecto estado:idea::birra:
     
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