12″ Wuhan China – Cymbal Review

Here’s my review of the 12″ Wuhan China!
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I’ve had this little guy for quite some time and I must say, although it’s not the nicest china cymbal in the world, it’s definitely a fun little cymbal to have. I always enjoy have little cymbals around to play with, stack, ect. And since this guy is so cheap, it makes it very attainable! Rather than spending over $150 on something you might not use a lot. What do you think about this little china?

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Comments

joshua estrada says:

you can ride it and stack it and roll it too

Chris Chris says:

The reason its CAlled China cymbal cause when drum were still developing China made a cymbal from China it was called the China cymbal

Johnny Cortese says:

Great review! Thanks for sharing. I have this cymbal (10″ I think) and want to stack it with an old cracked 12″ Zildjian splash. The deep “bell cups” that Wuhan uses make it difficult to stack but if I invert the splash like you did here in the video, it should work. Thanks!

Ich Und Nicht Du says:

Chinese Cymbals: Cymbal making style that was first made in China. The “normal” crash, ride, splash and Hi Hat cymbals are Turkish style cymbal.
China=Country of origin

Criss Reznor says:

Sounds good ! Cheap too !

Sideways Garbage says:

Hey i was wondering if you have heard of Murat Diril cymbals, and if you have any experience with them?

Jon Helman says:

I love wuhan I have the high hats to there China’s and there ozone and I love them all

Daniel Ewing says:

i use a 10 inch splash as a top and ching *poor man’s trash hats. I got the inspiration after I saw the msrp for grebbs signature set

Paul Maringelli says:

If you can’t ride on your 12″ Wuhan China than you obviously don’t know how to play a cymbal. I have one that I’ve used for 20 years, and I use mine to ride (on some songs) and it’s sounds pretty good. Nice for old-time jazz. PS: Don’t turn it upside down like you do! Ride on the top!

Eilam Pniel says:

you are my favorite youtube !
Your vidoes are amazing

joshua estrada says:

not really

Sam Potter says:

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Keep on with all your amazing videos!!!

Eli Johnson says:

do you think it would be worth buying for some of my schools pep band games?

陳緒超 says:

I am a chinese also I’m live in Wuhan , I’ve searching for years but still don’t know where to buy those wuhan cymbal , everyone use ziljian or sabian or something

Malignant Tumor says:

If I were to look at your beginner videos would it be ok to practice even if I don’t have a drum set

AR Drummer says:

Cool review! I actually own an 11″ Wuhan china…may be the smallest china in existence, lol. I think the 14″ would be the smallest I would use to crash on but like you said the 12″ works for accents and I think it is great as a stack. If anyone wants to see an array of Wuhan chinas, crashes, splashes and rides, check out channel…mostly all that I use is Wuhan. Can’t beat the price! Keep up the great videos!

Andrew Brazinski says:

buy more stuff 😉

Lover of life says:

look at the old drummer for i the breather he uses the 11” wuhan china as an ascent it cuts cymbal

Drew Kane says:

That rack tom sounds so warm and thick.

joseph phaomei says:

nice one..anyway bro,can u please do the drum cover of love is the movement by switch foot.thanks n regards Joseph.

Dan Schmidt says:

Gabe, any advice on deadening the ring on a cymbal. I have a cheap China as well and it rings forever. Don’t want to cover it it duct tape and there is an odd shape [on the bell] which doesn’t allow me to stack.

joshua estrada says:

their shape

nick benoit says:

They’re called china’s because of the origin they come from I am assuming? But I think the real question is, why do Sabian call their chinas “chinese” except the Holy China?

TheBlues Ine says:

These ones are made in China, thank you

joshua estrada says:

it looks like a gong and the sound as well

Ben Nguyen says:

Called China cymbals because these cymbals were used in the Chinese tradition lion dancing. The cymbal players in the lion dance band used basically hand held China cymbals and that’s why they’re called China cymbals.

Sean Lewis says:

I’ve owned high end China’s, but nothing comes close to an 18” Wuhan China for me. The Wuhan China’s sound like a China should sound, dirty and trashy. Wouldn’t swap it for any other China

Malignant Tumor says:

Thanks that brings me a little more confidence

TC Drums says:

This actually sounds really good. I got an 18″ Wuhan China for Christmas and i love it.

Jesse Crawford says:

What is the stack by your floor tom made up of??

Eric Cartman says:

Cala bera no ta video

Preston Grace says:

Hey Gabe, I’ve been watching this channel for pretty close to a year now and I just wanted to say thank you for teaching me a lot of what I know about playing the drums and basically thanks for teaching me how to do my favorite thing in the world!

www.mikevidales.com says:

what cymbals are you staking above your floor tom?

Jordyn Perry says:

What size was the splash you used??

CARLOS ALBERTO VÁZQUEZ ESPINO says:

which is the splash that you use up the wuhan china?

Darkshard160 says:

I think it is because oof the sound the cymbal makes when hit. it kinda sounds like a gong or another Chinese cymbal, or it was made in china, probably not though

Shawn Edge says:

I have an 18″ Wuhan and tried to replace it numerous times with high end China’s and seriously nothing out there sounds better to my ears.

MusicMan2127 says:

I’m not even gonna lie, I love these Wuhan Chinas. XD

T H I C C picccle says:

i actually own that cymbal and it is excelent for the price i bought it. 10 euros

OW_it_broke says:

My 12in Wuhan sounds nothing like this…?

Austin Choate says:

Do some comic reviews 🙂

LuckyJoe 315 says:

I actually like the sound by itself. It sounds like opening a sprite!!

DF 13 Skills says:

Hey this is pretty cool nice review

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