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Pintech TC Cymbals

4.82 out of 5
17 Reviews

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The Pintech TC Series cymbals offer you one of the quietest playing surfaces with our world renowned triggering system. Available in single zone, and a number of various sizes.

These electronic cymbals are made of a virtually indestructible polymer that ensures that you will have a long lasting electronic cymbal that will last you for years. Pintech engineered these cymbals to be the perfect heavy-duty cymbal. The characteristics of these cymbals allows them to bend, but not break.

The TC Series cymbals are guaranteed to never crack!

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Product Description

The Pintech TC Series cymbals offer you one of the quietest playing surfaces with our world renowned triggering system. Available in single zone, and a number of various sizes.

These electronic cymbals are made of a virtually indestructible polymer that ensures that you will have a long lasting electronic cymbal that will last you for years. Pintech engineered these cymbals to be the perfect heavy-duty cymbal. The characteristics of these cymbals allows them to bend, but not break.

The TC Series cymbals are guaranteed to never crack!

  • Quiet playing surface
  • Great tracking
  • Great dynamics
  • Virtually indestructible
  • Lightweight
  • Trigger is customer-replaceable
  • Cymbals mount on standard acoustic cymbal hardware
  • American Made by Pintech

 

Additional Information

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10″ TC Series Single Zone, 14″ TC Series Single Zone, 16″ TC Series Single Zone, 18″ TC Series Single Zone, TC 3PC Package

17 reviews for Pintech TC Cymbals

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    Sue
    5 out of 5

    If you own a entry level electric kit of any kind, you can’t go wrong with this. Once your warrenty runs out on one of those kits, your are usually directed to buy a more expensive cymble that goes with that company’s higher end kits. For practice or small cramped-room rehersal, the 9 incher is just fine. I also beleive it has a better feel and more sensitive than the cymbal pads that came with my Simmons SD5X kit

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    thejackman
    5 out of 5

    Using as my hi-hat on my acoustic to electronic conversion. It works flawlessly and is holding up fine. I mostly do classic rock covers and beach / reggae type stuff so I’m not beating the snot out of it, just playing it like a normal person would play a hi-hat.

    I have about a dozen (3-4 hour) shows on it so far. It is plugged into my Roland TD-10 with TDW-1 Expansion card. I set the trigger as a CY-8 and dialed it in from there. Once dialed in it is pretty expressive, we cover Message In A Bottle and it picks up all the intricate hi-hat work on that tune just fine. I’m completely happy with it’s performance, and if it keeps holding up I’ll be really pleased, I will update this if it fails but so far so good.

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    paul
    5 out of 5

    These are great to replace my Simmons cymbals that came with my set that began to rattle everytime I hit them because they broke inside the cymbal housing. I just went ahead and replaced all my Simmons cymbals. I like when I hit them you can’t hear the tapping noice of the stick, they are very quiet.

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    Allen
    4 out of 5

    I was looking to add one more cymbal to my Yamaha DT Express II and this did the job on a budget. I’ve had mine a year now, use it regularly for recording, and so far so good. I have the smallest one (cheapest and why pay more for the others ?); it’s a little light, and at first it spun around a little when I’d hit it, until I adjusted the angle in such a way that balances it better. All in all these are nice and I’d buy another in a heartbeat.

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    ryan
    4 out of 5

    This is a great cymbal for a basic single zone crash. It is actually the most responsive and has the best feel of all my e-cymbals (8 including Rolands and Harts. It is much quieter than the Harts and not so heavy and “dead” feeling as the Rolands. However, it IS NOT for heavy hitters. The trigger is right under the sticking area and will break quickly if you like to bash it! That said, Pintech has, hands down, the best customer service. I called them up and they mailed me a replacement trigger the same day, which was easy to replace….if you can handle a drum stick, you can handle changing this trigger. They give free replacements for the first year and $20 each after that. I am a Pintech convert now!

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    tim
    5 out of 5

    I’ve Had 4 pintech cymbals for five years and play them everyday. they have great sensitivity and look brand new still today. Don’t buy anything else. they are inexpensive, too.

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    Ethanol
    5 out of 5

    the best trigger cymbals you’ll ever own. I’ve had mine over 5 years and will purchase more, the price is phenomenal.

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    Rev
    5 out of 5

    For the price these are excellent single zone E-cymbals. I use them for crashes on my V-Drums kit and they are response and durable.

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    TheMauler
    5 out of 5

    I have owned my cymbals for a ouple years now. I like the affordability and the way they look like standard cymbals. I moved a year ago and recently set the cymbals up again. The ride cym isnt as responsive as the crash, could have been damaged in the move. Overall this is the best value I’ve seen in the E cymbal market. If you want bang (or crash ) for the buck this is the one you want.

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    Jim
    5 out of 5

    I absolutely love these cymbal triggers. They are affordable, reliable, durable, and consistent. They don’t rebound quite as well as other higher-priced triggers (including the pintechs), but they are great as triggers for crash cymbals and other percussion sounds. for the price, they simply can’t be beat.

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    RushFan
    5 out of 5

    Out triggers any cymbal I’ve owned. I used to play acoustic drums in a band but situations change. I still am able to play quietly (without disturbing neighbors) and it’s frustrating when you hit certain drums or cymbals and they don’t trigger. This cymbal for me anyway has been very dependable I am pleased.

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    Pedro
    4 out of 5

    For the price I have seen no better. I use my electronic drums to do multi-track recording on my computer and they trigger great with my Alesis D4(it’s old but awesome). I bought 4 of them.

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    Albert
    5 out of 5

    Purchased a 10″ TC to be used as a splash with my DM10X. Very responsive and has not missed a single trigger. Customer service at Pintech is fantastic!

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    Mark
    5 out of 5

    Bought TC EFX pack, not fancy but great single trigger E-Cymbals that deliver, especially for the price. Triggers are very responsive even with velocity. Using these with a Roland TD 8, works great. Much more rugged then I imagined, already had some serious practice sessions with them and they respond to each strike! The 14″ Inverted works as anything of course, but I love the China feel it provides… I’d recommend these for drummers, not just for gamers, but I’m sure they’ll work great there also!

  16. Calvin Lee Jones
    5 out of 5

    I have 4 of these and have been using them for 3 years. Great feel, sensitivity, quality. They look and respond just as good as the day I got them.

  17. Eric Heyblom
    5 out of 5

    I’m trying the TC series on my Roland MDS-20 drum rack setup. The 10″ for my hi-hat, and the 18″ as my ride. I found the Roland’s in the past always marked up so easily, and had a very heavy appearance and I never liked the loud thick knock when hit.
    These single trigger TC series are super light, look great, and are very responsive. I may also try out the PC series but so far I’m really happy with the TC series. And wow…what a difference in price compared to the Roland 18″ ride. That will set you back close to $500CA, compared to how little I paid for Pintech’s TC series.

    They look sweet. Are responsive and relatively quiet. I see absolutely no advantage with the Roland’s aside from costing you more.
    Well done Pintech! I’ll try some PC series later as I’m working on a couple of acoustic to electronic drum kit conversions this winter.

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