pang cymbal

noun

Definition of pang cymbal

  1. :  a suspended cymbal with a small bell and an upturned or flat outer flange usually lacking rivets Additional cymbals to the basic set-up could include an 18″ Chinese (pang) cymbal, a small choke or splash cymbal (10″ or 12″) and a cymbal with rivets (a sizzle cymbal) … — James Blades and Johnny Dean, How to Play Drums, 1995

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1981

First Known Use of pang cymbal

1981


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