Paiste News Cymbals for Cajoneros For Immediate Release - March 2012

Paiste News
For Immediate Release - March 2012
Cymbals for Cajoneros
Nottwil/Switzerland – The renowned Swiss cymbal maker Paiste announces the introduction of the new PST8 Cajon
The Cuban Cajon, developed from an exotic drum, was initially intended to be used primarily for percussionists but
this instrument gained immense popularity with drummers. Thanks to its handy dimensions and its moderate volume,
it is perfectly suited for unplugged performances or spontaneous jam sessions. The PST8 Cajon Cymbals enrich
every Cajon with perfectly fit cymbal sounds at a fair price.
The 12" Cajon Hats are an easy pair of cymbals to control that never overlap the woody and warm sound of a
Cajon. Cajon Hats are always responsive; no matter if they are played with rods, brushes, drum sticks, or driven with
a drummer’s foot on a hi-hat stand.
Paiste’s Sound Development understood the importance for the 16" Cajon Crash to have a fast response, balanced
volume, and quick decay to compliment the dry and percussive sound of the Cajon. The cymbal is light enough for
accenting with a bare hand and dry and defined when used with the tip of the drum stick, rods or brushes.
PST8 Cajon Cymbals are crafted from the legendary 2002 bronze, refined through traditional hand hammering
and perfected with the unique handmade Reflector finish. These hallmarks of Swiss workmanship make the PST 8
Cymbals pure Paiste instruments, yet they are as attractively priced as the other successful Paiste Sound
Technology series.
Image: PST8 Cajon Cymbals
For more information, please contact:
Paiste America, Inc., 460 Atlas Street, Brea, California 92821, USA
Tel: 714-529-2222, Fax: 714-671-5869, Email: [email protected]