Paiste Artist Since
My Cat Eats My Hand
Cymbals listed from left to right
14" 2002 Sound Edge Hi-Hat
18" 2002 Crash
22" Signature Dry Heavy Ride "Monad"
19" 2002 Crash
18" 2002 Novo China
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Lee-Chun "JiangBow" Jiang, was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan. He started playing drums at age 15 when he joined a high school rock band. He was taught by Michael Huang, the drummer of "Shin Band". His first recording was the debut of "Mustard", the band he joined during college years. JiangBow devotes all his time to music, with major influence of Simon Phillips ,Vinnie Colaiuta, and Mike Portnoy. He became a drum teacher after graduation. As a freelance drummer, he performed and recorded with many artists, such as Kenny Khoo, Ming Bridges, and Sukie Chung and played in concerts with "TOLAKU", Leo Ku, "The Girl and The Robots", CiaCia, Ze' Hwang, Nylon Chen, ZeeYi Yang, Nana Lee, Cheer Chen, Emily Pu, and Chemical Monkey Band. He was invited as a performer in 268 Drum Festival 2014 . He had performed on over 5 albums of various styles, and contributes to several albums as drummer and arranger. With "Shuo & Cool Humor", he was nominated "The Best Composition" in 2014 Golden Melody Award, based on his collaboration and arrangement. Now he is the drummer of "My Cat Eats My Hand" and "BB Bomb".
Sound character: Bright, metallic, full. Wide range, clean mix. Heavy feel. Bright, pronounced ping over controlled, dark, deep, and complex wash. Strong, musical, well separated bell. Very strong, cutting ride for articulate playing at elevated volume levels. "Beautiful and harmonic." - Danny Carey
Sizes: 13", 14", 15", 17"
Sound character: Medium bright, full, warm, brilliant. Wide range, fairly complex mix. Fast, responsive feel. Full, bright, energetic open sound. Sharp, full chick sound. The original, once patented, wavy bottom hi-hat design. The 17" version adds extraordinary boost, low end and crisp projection.