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Meinl Candela Crash 14", CA14C, Percussion Cymbal

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The ideal addition to any percussion setup. The Candela Percussion Series from Meinl offers high-quality, B20 Bronze, extra-t...  All product info

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Product information - MEINL Candela Crash CA14C

The ideal addition to any percussion setup.

The Candela Percussion Series from Meinl offers high-quality, B20 Bronze, extra-thin cymbals. Played by hand or with a stick, the Candela Crashes produce a dark and smooth sound that is exceptionally suited for use in percussion.

The CA14C Candela Percussion Crash measures 14”, are hammered by hand and are finally adorned with a brilliant finish, giving them a premium look. With their fast and attack-rich address, the mid to high tonal range and the short sustain of these cymbals, make them the ideal Crash for percussionists.

MEINL Candela Crash CA14C Features: Size: 14" Alloy: B20 Bronze Pitch: High-Mid Volume: Medium Extra thin Sustain: medium to short Hand-hammered Brilliant Finish

Sound: quick address and attack; fast decay

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Features:

  • Manufacturer: Meinl
  • Size (Inches): 14
  • Alloy: B20 bronze
  • Hand Hammered: Yes
  • Finish: Brilliant
  • Gauge: Extra Thin
Meinl Candela Crash 14", CA14C, Percussion Cymbal Product ImageMeinl Candela Crash 14", CA14C, Percussion Cymbal
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