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NEW! PST X Cajon - Upgrade Your Box

Nottwil/Switzerland - The renowned cymbal maker Paiste announces the launch of the PSTX Cajon & Cajon Hats models.

 

With the new PSTX series Cajon cymbals, the popular crate drum, "Cajón", transforms into a complete drum kit. PSTX Cajon cymbals were developed to match the typical sound characteristics of the Cajón, and are well playable with hands, rods, brushes or light sticks.

 

PSX X Cajon Hats

 

CAJON HATS

 

Due to a thin top, PSTX 12" Cajon Hats respond rapidly and accentuate each beat with a bright, dry sound and clear definition. The heavy bottom cymbal yields a crisp, clear chick. This Hi-hat not only satisfies the needs of Cajón players and percussionists, but also works for drummers as an auxiliary Hi-hat.

 

PST X Cajon

 

 

CAJON

 

The PSTX 16" Cajon is a multifunctional cymbal that reveals its strengths particularly with accents, as it responds quickly with an explosive, somewhat dirty crash sound that fades swiftly.

 

The inner area of the surface features the characteristic PSTX style hole pattern of varying diameters, while the outer area does not, to ensure comfortable hand playing and to facilitate soft ride patterns with brushes or rods.

 

PSTX are made in Switzerland from a variety of copper alloys and aluminum using a combination of modern, innovative methods and traditional hand craftsmanship that has remained unchanged in over half a century.