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jlbballdood 05-01-2012 09:55 PM

Choruses for worship songs?
 
So I was wondering what cymbal all of you guys use during the chorus for worship songs (when it's loudest of the song). I tend to use a crash during it because a ride cymbal sounds too weak and wimpy, and a crash comes out more. But I was also thinking about using crash rides, but are those any good? Or do you guys hit the edge of the ride? I have a typical Zildjian ZBT Ride and it sounds terrible when I hit the edge. Too much resonance and disturbance haha. So what do YOU guys use?

BaconRocks 05-02-2012 08:35 PM

I'd say there's no specific cymbal to use during choruses, just whatever fits the song. As for crash/ride cymbals, most people say they aren't really good, but if you like them then that's all that matters. :)

Rainer. 05-02-2012 08:54 PM

Try smashing on some trashy half-open hats if you want more energy than the ride.

jamforchrist123 05-02-2012 11:37 PM

I used to be an all-ride-all-the-time-during-choruses guy when I was younger, but now I almost always find myself following this pattern (on standard songs): closed hats during versus, opened hats during choruses, and crashes during big bridges. The ride I use sounds great as a crash so I'll sometimes use that instead and obviously it really depends on the song, but for the most standard of songs, that's how I'd do it.


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