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Meinl Percussion CRING 6-Inch Ching Ring Tambourine Jingle Effect for Cymbals, Steel (VIDEO)
Meinl Percussion CRING 6-Inch Ching Ring Tambourine Jingle Effect for Cymbals, Steel (VIDEO)
Manufacturer : Meinl Percussion
Amazon Price : $14.99
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Product Description
Incorporate a “ching” into your backbeats by placing the MEINL Ching Ring directly on your cymbals! Ideal for hihats, these steel jingles will add a different touch to your playing by delivering a shimmering sound that will blend perfectly with your beats. Place the Ching Ring on crashes and rides as well for some truly innovative sounds.
Product Details
  • Amazon Sales Rank: #2897 in Musical Instruments
  • Size: -inch
  • Brand: Meinl Percussion
  • Model: CRING
  • Published on: 2015-01-22
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: .10" h x 6.00" w x 6.00" l,
  • Product Features
  • Place the Meinl Ching Ring on any hi-hat, crash cymbal, effects cymbal, or cymbal stack to blend a new dynamic into your playing
  • Five pairs of stainless steel jingles mounted on a lightweight coated metal ring add a touch of "ching" to your cymbal hits
  • Simply place the Ching Ring directly on your cymbals at any time and take off as desired without any wing nuts
  • The Ching Ring is safe to use on any cymbal, regardless of finish
  • The opening measures 4.25" for ease of use on any cymbal
  • Add a different touch to your playing with a shimmering sound that will blend perfectly with your grooves and cymbal accents
  • OFFICIAL TWO YEAR MEINL WARRANTY
  • Customer Reviews

    Most helpful customer reviews

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
    4Adding a whole new high end crisp sound to your hi hat cymbals...cool!
    By daniel talioaga
    This Ching Ring really adds an additional dimension of high end crisp beats for high hat cymbals. I use them on a pair of 12" hi hats which I use (with sticks or occasionally with hands) along with a cajon fitted with a bass drum pedal. This type of percussion set-up is ideal for small acoustic groups. I even use a 2nd ching ring on a ride cymbal sometimes for an additional unique sound keeping a rhythmic beat. Both set-ups are ideal as a softer volume, higher tone "drum kit" for acoustic guitar and ukulele groups. But the ching ring also adds a bright crisp sound that cuts through while being used on my 14" hi hats with a full drum set. I consider it a fun and inexpensive investment for a cool, different cymbal sound. It somewhat dampens your cymbal sound but at the same time brings out the higher end ring of your cymbal with the quick tamborine jingle added in.

    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
    5Cha Ching Cha Ching! The Ching Ring ?????
    By Casey
    Wow! So cool! So simple yet so fun! Idk why I've waited so long to get this since I've wanted it for a couple years now. Worth every penny and more. I never really liked the ones that clamp on. That's what makes this one so unique, and versatile. Sounds great on the hats with good control. Nice accent on the snare. Awesome sizzling sound on the ride. Works well when playing the cajon as well. Sounds good live.. I have yet to record with it. I know I eventually will, and it'll most likely be a thumbs up get 2 while you're at it. You won't regret it. Rock on drummer dudes and dudettes

    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
    5Multi-Use
    By Medrick Greely
    I love this product!! I initially wanted to use it strictly be for my hi-hats and accidentally found out it was fantastic for my ride cymbal as well. Then to confirm I wasn't crazy, I see a Drumeo video a couple of days later w/one of my main influences (Stanley Randolph) doing the same thing!! I also use it on my snare when I'm playing rim-taps (cross sticking). Buy this!! It's more than what I bargained for!!

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