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== 2002 ==
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'''Introduction:''' [[Paiste 1971 Expansion|1971]]<br>
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'''Background:'''  Introduced in 1971 in response to Beat and Rock music that required a cymbal to be able to cut through frequencies and volume levels that the [[Paiste Giant_Beat|Giant Beat]] series could not.<br>
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Paiste 2002 are energetic cymbals developed for electric music. They mike up easily. The sound is very lively, full and brilliant. They are much favored by some of the world's top rock drummers. (1)<br>
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'''Innovation:''' Created by fusing the power of the [[Paiste Giant Beat|Giant Beat]] with the musicality of the Jazz line [[Paiste Formula 602|Formula 602]], the first cymbal series for electronically amplified musical was born - <b>2002</b>. Using Paiste's CuSn8 alloy, also known as "2002 Bronze", it is a Professional Level cymbal. Hand Hammered and Hand Lathed, and created by employing proprietary manufacturing methods, it is one of the most versatile cymbal series on the market for over 30 years.<br>
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'''Alloy:''' [[Identify_Your_Paistes#B8_.282002.29_Alloy|CuSn8]] (Also known as <b>"2002 Bronze"</b>)<br>
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'''Quality:''' Professional<br>
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'''Offered as:''' [[Paiste 2002#2002|2002]] - [[Paiste 2002#2002 Black|2002 Black]]<br>
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'''Production:''' Manual craftsmanship, hand hammering, hand lathing.<br>
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'''Applications:''' All volume settings, live and studio. From medium soft to very loud settings, its brilliant warmth and precise tone have made it a favorite of drummers worldwide. <br>
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'''Users:''' Working musicians, enthusiasts, all players who need energy and drive and want their cymbals to cut through the music in all settings. Notable past and present 2002 players include: [[Paiste John Bonham|John Bonham]], [[Paiste Ian Paice|Ian Paice]], [[Paiste Cozy Powell|Cozy Powell]], [[Paiste Phil Rudd|Phil Rudd]], [[Paiste Alex Van Halen|Alex Van Halen]], [[Paiste Rick Allen|Rick Allen]], [[Paiste Tommy Lee|Tommy Lee]], [[Paiste Stewart Copeland|Stewart Copeland]], [[Paiste Jeff Porcaro|Jeff Porcaro]], [[Paiste Chester Thompson|Chester Thompson]], [[Paiste Terry Bozzio|Terry Bozzio]], [[Paiste Bill Bruford|Bill Bruford]], [[Paiste Charlie Benante|Charlie Benante]], [[Paiste Nicko McBrain|Nicko McBrain]]...<br>
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'''Sound:''' Bright, warm, brilliant, musical, precise with high energy levels and powerful projection characteristics.<br>
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=== 2002 Models In Production ===
  
<p><b>Introduction:</b> 1971
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==== Rides ====
</p><p><b>Background:</b>
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* '''[[Paiste Big Ride|Big Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 24" Big Ride|24"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Giga Bell Ride|Giga Bell Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 18" Giga Bell Ride|18"]]
<ul><li> Introduced in 1971 in response to Beat and Rock music that required a cymbal to be able to cut through frequencies and volume levels that the [[Paiste Giant_Beat|Giant Beat]] series could not.
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* '''[[Paiste Heavy Ride|Heavy Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Heavy Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Heavy Ride|22"]]
</li><li> Paiste 2002 are energetic cymbals developed for electric music. They mike up easily. The sound is very lively, full and brilliant. They are much favored by some of the world's top rock drummers. (1)
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* '''[[Paiste Power Ride|Power Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Power Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Power Ride|22"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Ride|Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Ride|22"]] [[Paiste 2002 24" Ride|24"]]
<p><b>Innovation:</b> Created by fusing the power of the [[Paiste Giant Beat|Giant Beat]] with the musicality of the Jazz line [[Paiste Formula 602|Formula 602]], the first cymbal series for electronically amplified musical was born - <b>2002</b>. Using Paiste's CuSn8 alloy, also known as "2002 Bronze", it is a Professional Level cymbal. Hand Hammered and Hand Lathed, and created by employing proprietary manufacturing methods, it is one of the most versatile cymbal series on the market for over 30 years.
 
</p><p><b>Alloy:</b> CuSn8 (Also known as <b>2002 Bronze</b>)
 
</p><p><b>Quality:</b> Professional
 
</p><p><b>Production:</b> Manual craftsmanship, hand hammering, hand lathing.
 
</p><p><b>Applications:</b> All volume settings, live and studio. From medium soft to very loud settings, its brilliant warmth and precise tone have made it a favorite of drummers worldwide.
 
</p><p><b>Users:</b> Working musicians, enthusiasts, all players who need energy and drive and want their cymbals to cut through the music in all settings. Notable past and present 2002 players include: [[Paiste John Bonham|John Bonham]], [[Paiste Ian Paice|Ian Paice]], [[Paiste Cozy Powell|Cozy Powell]], [[Paiste Phil Rudd|Phil Rudd]], [[Paiste Alex Van Halen|Alex Van Halen]], [[Paiste Rick Allen|Rick Allen]], [[Paiste Tommy Lee|Tommy Lee]], [[Paiste Stewart Copeland|Stewart Copeland]], [[Paiste Jeff Porcaro|Jeff Porcaro]], [[Paiste Chester Thompson|Chester Thompson]], [[Paiste Terry Bozzio|Terry Bozzio]], [[Paiste Bill Bruford|Bill Bruford]], [[Paiste Charlie Benante|Charlie Benante]], [[Paiste Nicko McBrain|Nicko McBrain]]...
 
  
</p><p><b>Sound:</b> Bright, warm, brilliant, musical, precise with high energy levels and powerful projection characteristics.
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==== Crashes ====
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* '''[[Paiste Crash|Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Crash|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 16" Crash|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Crash|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Crash|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Crash|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Crash|22"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Extreme Crash|Extreme Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 18" Extreme Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Extreme Crash|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Extreme Crash|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Medium|Medium]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Medium|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Medium|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Medium|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Power Crash|Power Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Power Crash|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Power Crash|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Power Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Power Crash|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Power Crash|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Thin Crash|Thin Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Thin Crash|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Thin Crash|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Thin Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Thin Crash|19"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Wild Crash|Wild Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 18" Wild Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Wild Crash|20"]]
  
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==== Hi-Hats ====
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* '''[[Paiste Medium Hi-Hat|Medium Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Medium Hi-Hat|14"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Heavy Hi-Hat|Heavy Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Heavy Hi-Hat|14"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Sound Edge Hi-Hat|Sound Edge Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Sound Edge Hi-Hat|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Sound Edge Hi-Hat|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Sound Edge Hi-Hat|15"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Sound Edge Hi-Hat|17"]]
  
== 2002 Models In Production ==
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==== Chinas (& Swishes) ====
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* '''[[Paiste China|China]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" China|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" China|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" China|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Novo China|Novo China]] - [[Paiste 2002 18" Novo China|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Novo China|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Wild China|Wild China]] - [[Paiste 2002 19" Wild China|19"]]
  
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==== Splashes (& Bells) ====
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* '''[[Paiste Splash|Splash]] - [[Paiste 2002 8" Splash|8"]] [[Paiste 2002 10" Splash|10"]] [[Paiste 2002 12" Splash|12"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Mega Bell|Mega Bell]] - [[Paiste 2002 10" Mega Bell|10"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Cup Chime|Cup Chime]] - [[Paiste 2002 5" Cup Chime|5"]] [[Paiste 2002 5.5" Cup Chime|5.5"]] [[Paiste 2002 6" Cup Chime|6"]] [[Paiste 2002 6.5" Cup Chime|6.5"]] [[Paiste 2002 7" Cup Chime|7"]] [[Paiste 2002 7.5" Cup Chime|7.5"]] [[Paiste 2002 8" Cup Chime|8"]]
  
*[[Paiste Big Ride|Big Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 24" Big Ride|24"]]
 
*[[Paiste Heavy Ride|Heavy Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Heavy Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Heavy Ride|22"]]
 
*[[Paiste Power Ride|Power Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Power Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Power Ride|22"]]
 
*[[Paiste Ride|Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Ride|22"]] [[Paiste 2002 24" Ride|24"]]
 
  
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=== 2002 Discontinued Models & Sizes (Also includes Customs) ===
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==== Rides ====
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* '''[[Paiste Cool Ride|Cool Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Cool Ride|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Crush Ride|Crush Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Crush Ride|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Deep Full Ride|Deep Full Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Deep Full Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Deep Full Ride|22"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Dry Ride|Dry Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Dry Ride|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Flatride|Flatride]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Flatride|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Flatride|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Flatride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Flatride|22"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Heavy Ride|Heavy Ride]] -  [[Paiste 2002 18" Heavy Ride|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Heavy Ride|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 24" Heavy Ride|24"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Mega Rock Bell Ride|Mega Rock Bell Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 24" Mega Rock Bell Ride|24"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Power Ride|Power Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 24" Power Ride|24"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Power Bell Ride|Power Bell Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Power Bell Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Power Bell Ride|22"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Ride|Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Ride|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Ride|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Ride|15"]] [[Paiste 2002 16" Ride|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Ride|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Ride|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Ride|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 21" Ride|21"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Rock Bell Ride|Rock Bell Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Rock Bell Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Rock Bell Ride|22"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Rock Ride|Rock Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Rock Ride|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Wild Crush Ride|Wild Crush Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 18" Wild Crush Ride|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Wild Crush Ride|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Wild Crush Ride|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Wild Ride|Wild Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Wild Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Wild Ride|22"]]
  
*[[Paiste Crash|Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Crash|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 16" Crash|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Crash|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Crash|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Crash|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Crash|22"]]
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==== Crashes ====
*[[Paiste Extreme Crash|Extreme Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 18" Extreme Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Extreme Crash|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Extreme Crash|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Crash|Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Crash|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 21" Crash|21"]] [[Paiste 2002 24" Crash|24"]]
*[[Paiste Medium|Medium]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Medium|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Medium|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Medium|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Extra Thin|Extra Thin]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Extra Thin|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Extra Thin|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Extra Thin|15"]] [[Paiste 2002 16" Extra Thin|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Extra Thin|17"]]
*[[Paiste Power Crash|Power Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Power Crash|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Power Crash|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Power Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Power Crash|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Power Crash|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Full Crash|Full Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Full Crash|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Full Crash|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Full Crash|18"]]
*[[Paiste Thin Crash|Thin Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Thin Crash|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Thin Crash|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Thin Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Thin Crash|19"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Heavy Crash|Heavy Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Heavy Crash|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Heavy Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Heavy Crash|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Heavy Crash|22"]]
*[[Paiste Wild Crash|Wild Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 18" Wild Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Wild Crash|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Medium|Medium]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Medium|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Medium|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Medium|15"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Medium|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Medium|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 21" Medium|21"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Medium|22"]] [[Paiste 2002 24" Medium|24"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Paperthin|Paperthin]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Paperthin|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Paperthin|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Paperthin|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Power Crash|Power Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 12" Power Crash|12"]]  
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* '''[[Paiste Rock Crash|Rock Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Rock Crash|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Rock Crash|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Rock Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Rock Crash|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Rock Crash|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Thin Crash|Thin Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Thin Crash|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 23" Thin Crash|23"]]
  
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==== Hi-Hats ====
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* '''[[Paiste Crunch Hats|Crunch Hats]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Crunch Hats|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Crunch Hats|15"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Extra Heavy Hi-Hat|Extra Heavy Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Extra Heavy Hi-Hat|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Extra Heavy Hi-Hat|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Extra Heavy Hi-Hat|15"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Heavy Hi-Hat|Heavy Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Heavy Hi-Hat|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Heavy Hi-Hat|15"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Hi-Hat|Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Hi-Hat|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Hi-Hat|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Hi-Hat|15"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Medium Hi-Hat|Medium Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Medium Hi-Hat|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Medium Hi-Hat|15"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Rock Hats|Rock Hats]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Rock Hats|14"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Thin/Heavy Hi-Hat|Thin/Heavy Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Thin/Heavy Hi-Hat|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Thin/Heavy Hi-Hat|14"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Wild Hats|Wild Hats]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Wild Hats|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Wild Hats|15"]]
  
*[[Paiste Medium Hi-Hat|Medium Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Medium Hi-Hat|14"]]
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==== Chinas (& Swishes) ====
*[[Paiste Heavy Hi-Hat|Heavy Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Heavy Hi-Hat|14"]]
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* '''[[Paiste China|China]] - [[Paiste 2002 8" China|8"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" China|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" China|22"]] [[Paiste 2002 24" China|24"]]
*[[Paiste Sound Edge Hi-Hat|Sound Edge Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Sound Edge Hi-Hat|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Sound Edge Hi-Hat|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Sound Edge Hi-Hat|15"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Sound Edge Hi-Hat|17"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Novo China|Novo China]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Novo China|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Novo China|22"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Rock China|Rock China]] - [[Paiste 2002 18" Rock China|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Rock China|22"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Thin China|Thin China]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Thin China|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 16" Thin China|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Thin China|18"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Wild China|Wild China]] - [[Paiste 2002 15" Wild China|15"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Wild China|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 21" Wild China|21"]]
  
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==== Splashes (& Bells) ====
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* '''[[Paiste Bell|Bell]] - [[Paiste 2002 8" Bell|8"]] [[Paiste 2002 10" Bell|10"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Bell Chime|Bell Chime]] - [[Paiste 2002 6" Bell Chime|6"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Flanger Splash|Flanger Splash]] - [[Paiste 2002 12" Flanger Splash|12"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Flanger Splash|14"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Power Splash|Power Splash]] - [[Paiste 2002 10" Power Splash|10"]] [[Paiste 2002 12" Power Splash|12"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Power Splash|14"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Rock Splash|Rock Splash]] - [[Paiste 2002 10" Rock Splash|10"]] [[Paiste 2002 11" Rock Splash|11"]] [[Paiste 2002 12" Rock Splash|12"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Wild Splash|Wild Splash]] - [[Paiste 2002 10" Wild Splash|10"]]
  
*[[Paiste China|China]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" China|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" China|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" China|20"]]
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==== Other ====
*[[Paiste Novo China|Novo China]] - [[Paiste 2002 18" Novo China|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Novo China|20"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Concert|Concert]] - [[Paiste 2002 18" Concert|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Concert|20"]]
*[[Paiste Wild China|Wild China]] - [[Paiste 2002 19" Wild China|19"]]
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* '''[[Paiste Marching|Marching]] (pair) - [[Paiste 2002 14" Marching|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Marching|15"]]  
  
  
*[[Paiste Splash|Splash]] - [[Paiste 2002 8" Splash|8"]] [[Paiste 2002 10" Splash|10"]] [[Paiste 2002 12" Splash|12"]]
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<li> <b>Specialty Cymbals & Percussion</b>: Paiste, never one to ignore the esoteric crowd, has long offered "standard" specialty items like Splashes and Gongs. They have also been at the forefront with their own innovations like Bells, Rotosounds, Accents, Cup Chimes, Sound Plates,and Bell Chime. One of the most visible users of these cymbals is [[Paiste Stewart Copeland|Stewart Copeland]]. The Paiste Percussion Rack has been a fixture of his setup going back to the early 1980's. <br>
*[[Paiste Mega Bell|Mega Bell]] - [[Paiste 2002 10" Mega Bell|10"]]
 
*[[Paiste Cup Chime|Cup Chime]] - [[Paiste 2002 5" Cup Chime|5"]] [[Paiste 2002 5.5" Cup Chime|5.5"]] [[Paiste 2002 6" Cup Chime|6"]] [[Paiste 2002 6.5" Cup Chime|6.5"]] [[Paiste 2002 7" Cup Chime|7"]] [[Paiste 2002 7.5" Cup Chime|7.5"]] [[Paiste 2002 8" Cup Chime|8"]]
 
  
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== 2002 Black ==
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'''Introduction:''' 2016<br>
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'''Background:'''  2002 Black Big Beat represent a modernized, yet timeless interpretation of the legendary 2002 sound. Visually, the cymbals feature a distinctly new hammering pattern for the 2002 family, a slightly darkened, semi-matted finish and simplified black logos to distinguish the Big Beat set. With the 2002 Black Big Beat models, we take the 2002 sound into a new realm, while preserving the legendary 2002 heritage.<br>
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'''Innovation:''' Created by fusing the power of the [[Paiste Giant Beat|Giant Beat]] with the musicality of the Jazz line [[Paiste Formula 602|Formula 602]], the first cymbal series for electronically amplified musical was born - <b>2002</b>. Using Paiste's CuSn8 alloy, also known as "2002 Bronze", it is a Professional Level cymbal. Hand Hammered and Hand Lathed, and created by employing proprietary manufacturing methods, it is one of the most versatile cymbal series on the market for over 30 years.<br>
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'''Alloy:''' [[Identify_Your_Paistes#B8_.282002.29_Alloy|CuSn8]] (Also known as <b>"2002 Bronze"</b>)<br>
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'''Quality:''' Professional<br>
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'''Offered as:''' [[Paiste 2002#2002|2002]] - [[Paiste 2002#2002 Black|2002 Black]]<br>
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'''Production:''' Manual craftsmanship, hand hammering, hand lathing.<br>
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'''Applications:''' Soft to loud settings • Live and recording • Rock, Indie-Rock, Blues, Rock’n’Roll, Country, R&B, Soul, Gospel and modern hybrids rooted in those styles <br>
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'''Users:''' <br>
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'''Sound:''' Warm, deep, brilliant, lush, full, wide • Big Beat cymbals are rooted in the world of “2002 Bronze”, with its celebrated brilliance, clarity, precision and strength. Big Beat models add particular warmth, depth and complexity to the mix. They are perfect for broad, voluminous sound without being overly aggressive.<br>
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==== Rides ====
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(These cymbals are called "Singles" in Paiste's literature)
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* '''[[Paiste Big Beat|Big Beat]] - [[Paiste 2002 Black 18" Big Beat|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 Black 19" Big Beat|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 Black 20" Big Beat|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 Black 21" Big Beat|21"]] [[Paiste 2002 Black 22" Big Beat|22"]] [[Paiste 2002 Black 24" Big Beat|24"]]
  
<li> <b>Specialty Cymbals & Percussion</b>: Paiste, never one to ignore the esoteric crowd, has long offered "standard" specialty items like Splashes and Gongs. They have also been at the forefront with their own innovations like Bells, Rotosounds, Accents, Cup Chimes, Sound Plates,and Bell Chime. One of the most visible users of these cymbals is [[Paiste Stewart Copeland|Stewart Copeland]]. The Paiste Percussion Rack has been a fixture of his setup going back to the early 1980's. </li>
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==== Hi-Hats ====
 
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* '''[[Paiste Big Beat Hi-Hat|Big Beat Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 Black 15" Big Beat Hi-Hat|15"]] [[Paiste 2002 Black 16" Big Beat Hi-Hat|16"]]
== 2002 Discontinued Models & Sizes (Also includes Customs) ==
 
*[[Paiste Cool Ride|Cool Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Cool Ride|20"]]
 
*[[Paiste Crush Ride|Crush Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Crush Ride|20"]]
 
*[[Paiste Deep Full Ride|Deep Full Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Deep Full Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Deep Full Ride|22"]]
 
*[[Paiste Dry Ride|Dry Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Dry Ride|20"]]
 
*[[Paiste Flatride|Flatride]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Flatride|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Flatride|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Flatride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Flatride|22"]]
 
*[[Paiste Heavy Ride|Heavy Ride]] -  [[Paiste 2002 18" Heavy Ride|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Heavy Ride|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 24" Heavy Ride|24"]]
 
*[[Paiste Mega Rock Bell Ride|Mega Rock Bell Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 24" Mega Rock Bell Ride|24"]]
 
*[[Paiste Power Bell Ride|Power Bell Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Power Bell Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Power Bell Ride|22"]]
 
*[[Paiste Ride|Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Ride|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Ride|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Ride|15"]] [[Paiste 2002 16" Ride|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Ride|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Ride|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Ride|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 21" Ride|21"]]
 
*[[Paiste Rock Bell Ride|Rock Bell Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Rock Bell Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Rock Bell|22"]]
 
*[[Paiste Rock Ride|Rock Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Rock Ride|20"]]
 
*[[Paiste Wild Crush Ride|Wild Crush Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 18" Wild Crush Ride|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Wild Crush Ride|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Wild Crush Ride|20"]]
 
*[[Paiste Wild Ride|Wild Ride]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Wild Ride|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Wild Ride|22"]]
 
 
 
 
 
*[[Paiste Crash|Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Crash|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 21" Crash|21"]] [[Paiste 2002 24" Crash|24"]]
 
*[[Paiste Extra Thin|Extra Thin]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Extra Thin|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Extra Thin|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Extra Thin|15"]] [[Paiste 2002 16" Extra Thin|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Extra Thin|17"]]
 
*[[Paiste Full Crash|Full Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Full Crash|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Full Crash|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Full Crash|18"]]
 
*[[Paiste Heavy Crash|Heavy Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Heavy Crash|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Heavy Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Heavy Crash|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Heavy Crash|22"]]
 
*[[Paiste Medium|Medium]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Medium|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Medium|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Medium|15"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Medium|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Medium|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 21" Medium|21"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Medium|22"]] [[Paiste 2002 24" Medium|24"]]
 
*[[Paiste Paperthin|Paperthin]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Paperthin|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Paperthin|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Paperthin|20"]]
 
*[[Paiste Rock Crash|Rock Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 16" Rock Crash|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Rock Crash|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Rock Crash|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 19" Rock Crash|19"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Rock Crash|20"]]
 
*[[Paiste Thin Crash|Thin Crash]] - [[Paiste 2002 20" Thin Crash|20"]] [[Paiste 2002 23" Thin Crash|23"]]
 
 
 
 
 
*[[Paiste Crunch Hats|Crunch Hats]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Crunch Hats|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Crunch Hats|15"]]
 
*[[Paiste Extra Heavy Hi-Hat|Extra Heavy Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Extra Heavy Hi-Hat|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Extra Heavy Hi-Hat|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Extra Heavy Hi-Hat|15"]]
 
*[[Paiste Heavy Hi-Hat|Heavy Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Heavy Hi-Hat|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Heavy Hi-Hat|15"]]
 
*[[Paiste Hi-Hat|Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Hi-Hat|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Hi-Hat|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Hi-Hat|15"]]
 
*[[Paiste Medium Hi-Hat|Medium Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Medium Hi-Hat|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Medium Hi-Hat|15"]]
 
*[[Paiste Rock Hats|Rock Hats]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Rock Hats|14"]]
 
*[[Paiste Thin/Heavy Hi-Hat|Thin/Heavy Hi-Hat]] - [[Paiste 2002 13" Thin/Heavy Hi-Hat|13"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Thin/Heavy Hi-Hat|14"]]
 
*[[Paiste Wild Hats|Wild Hats]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Wild Hats|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Wild Hats|15"]]
 
 
 
 
 
*[[Paiste China|China]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" China|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" China|22"]] [[Paiste 2002 24" China|24"]]
 
*[[Paiste Novo China|Novo China]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Novo China|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 22" Novo China|22"]]
 
*[[Paiste Rock China|Rock China]] - [[Paiste 2002 18" Novo China|18"]]
 
*[[Paiste Thin China|Thin China]] - [[Paiste 2002 14" Thin China|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 16" Thin China|16"]] [[Paiste 2002 18" Thin China|18"]]
 
*[[Paiste Wild China|Wild China]] - [[Paiste 2002 15" Wild China|15"]] [[Paiste 2002 17" Wild China|17"]] [[Paiste 2002 21" Wild China|21"]]
 
 
 
 
 
*[[Paiste Bell|Bell]] - [[Paiste 2002 8" Bell|8"]] [[Paiste 2002 10" Bell|10"]]
 
*[[Paiste Flanger Splash|Flanger Splash]] - [[Paiste 2002 12" Flanger Splash|12"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Flanger Splash|14"]]
 
*[[Paiste Power Splash|Power Splash]] - [[Paiste 2002 10" Power Splash|10"]] [[Paiste 2002 12" Power Splash|12"]] [[Paiste 2002 14" Power Splash|14"]]
 
*[[Paiste Rock Splash|Rock Splash]] - [[Paiste 2002 10" Rock Splash|10"]] [[Paiste 2002 11" Rock Splash|11"]] [[Paiste 2002 12" Rock Splash|12"]]
 
 
 
 
 
*[[Paiste Concert|Concert]] - [[Paiste 2002 18" Concert|18"]] [[Paiste 2002 20" Concert|20"]]
 
*[[Paiste Marching|Marching]] (pair) - [[Paiste 2002 14" Marching|14"]] [[Paiste 2002 15" Marching|15"]]  
 
  
 
== The 2002 series from 1971 to 1980 - "Black Labels" ==
 
== The 2002 series from 1971 to 1980 - "Black Labels" ==
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Cooperating with Alex Van Halen, Paiste introduced the 2002 24" Big Ride in 2010. The cymbal features Giant Beat design parameters and character, while utilizing a 2002 finish.
 
Cooperating with Alex Van Halen, Paiste introduced the 2002 24" Big Ride in 2010. The cymbal features Giant Beat design parameters and character, while utilizing a 2002 finish.
 
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<li>Information from the Paiste.com site[2]
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Information from the Paiste.com site[2]<br>
 
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1979 Paiste Catalog [3]<br>
    1979 Paiste Catalog [3]
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Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1986<br>
    Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1986
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Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1987-1988<br>
    Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1987-1988
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Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1988-1989<br>
    Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1988-1989
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Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1990<br>
    Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1990
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Modern Drummer Buyer's Guide, 1993<br>
    Modern Drummer Buyer's Guide, 1993
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Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1995/96<br>
    Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1995/96
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Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1997/98<br>
    Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1997/98
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Modern Drummer, June 1983, pg. 122 "Paiste Introduces Inverted China"<br>
    Modern Drummer, June 1983, pg. 122 "Paiste Introduces Inverted China"
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Modern Drummer, September 2002, pg. 4 2002 Limited Edition Cymbals ad <br>
    Modern Drummer, September 2002, pg. 4 2002 Limited Edition Cymbals ad  
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Paiste "Six Cymbal Lines" Ad 1981 <br><br>
 
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Return to the '''[[Paiste Cymbal Type|Cymbal Type Portal]]<br>
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Return to the '''[[Paiste Series|Paiste Series Portal]]<br><br>
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Latest revision as of 23:09, 6 October 2019

2002

Introduction: 1971
Background: Introduced in 1971 in response to Beat and Rock music that required a cymbal to be able to cut through frequencies and volume levels that the Giant Beat series could not.
Paiste 2002 are energetic cymbals developed for electric music. They mike up easily. The sound is very lively, full and brilliant. They are much favored by some of the world's top rock drummers. (1)
Innovation: Created by fusing the power of the Giant Beat with the musicality of the Jazz line Formula 602, the first cymbal series for electronically amplified musical was born - 2002. Using Paiste's CuSn8 alloy, also known as "2002 Bronze", it is a Professional Level cymbal. Hand Hammered and Hand Lathed, and created by employing proprietary manufacturing methods, it is one of the most versatile cymbal series on the market for over 30 years.
Alloy: CuSn8 (Also known as "2002 Bronze")
Quality: Professional
Offered as: 2002 - 2002 Black
Production: Manual craftsmanship, hand hammering, hand lathing.
Applications: All volume settings, live and studio. From medium soft to very loud settings, its brilliant warmth and precise tone have made it a favorite of drummers worldwide.
Users: Working musicians, enthusiasts, all players who need energy and drive and want their cymbals to cut through the music in all settings. Notable past and present 2002 players include: John Bonham, Ian Paice, Cozy Powell, Phil Rudd, Alex Van Halen, Rick Allen, Tommy Lee, Stewart Copeland, Jeff Porcaro, Chester Thompson, Terry Bozzio, Bill Bruford, Charlie Benante, Nicko McBrain...
Sound: Bright, warm, brilliant, musical, precise with high energy levels and powerful projection characteristics.

2002 Models In Production

Rides

Crashes

Hi-Hats

Chinas (& Swishes)

Splashes (& Bells)


2002 Discontinued Models & Sizes (Also includes Customs)

Rides

Crashes

Hi-Hats

Chinas (& Swishes)

Splashes (& Bells)

Other


  • Specialty Cymbals & Percussion: Paiste, never one to ignore the esoteric crowd, has long offered "standard" specialty items like Splashes and Gongs. They have also been at the forefront with their own innovations like Bells, Rotosounds, Accents, Cup Chimes, Sound Plates,and Bell Chime. One of the most visible users of these cymbals is Stewart Copeland. The Paiste Percussion Rack has been a fixture of his setup going back to the early 1980's.

    2002 Black

    Introduction: 2016
    Background: 2002 Black Big Beat represent a modernized, yet timeless interpretation of the legendary 2002 sound. Visually, the cymbals feature a distinctly new hammering pattern for the 2002 family, a slightly darkened, semi-matted finish and simplified black logos to distinguish the Big Beat set. With the 2002 Black Big Beat models, we take the 2002 sound into a new realm, while preserving the legendary 2002 heritage.
    Innovation: Created by fusing the power of the Giant Beat with the musicality of the Jazz line Formula 602, the first cymbal series for electronically amplified musical was born - 2002. Using Paiste's CuSn8 alloy, also known as "2002 Bronze", it is a Professional Level cymbal. Hand Hammered and Hand Lathed, and created by employing proprietary manufacturing methods, it is one of the most versatile cymbal series on the market for over 30 years.
    Alloy: CuSn8 (Also known as "2002 Bronze")
    Quality: Professional
    Offered as: 2002 - 2002 Black
    Production: Manual craftsmanship, hand hammering, hand lathing.
    Applications: Soft to loud settings • Live and recording • Rock, Indie-Rock, Blues, Rock’n’Roll, Country, R&B, Soul, Gospel and modern hybrids rooted in those styles
    Users:
    Sound: Warm, deep, brilliant, lush, full, wide • Big Beat cymbals are rooted in the world of “2002 Bronze”, with its celebrated brilliance, clarity, precision and strength. Big Beat models add particular warmth, depth and complexity to the mix. They are perfect for broad, voluminous sound without being overly aggressive.

    Rides

    (These cymbals are called "Singles" in Paiste's literature)

    Hi-Hats

    The 2002 series from 1971 to 1980 - "Black Labels"

    Top Rock 'n' Roll drummers of the '70's incorporated 2002s into their set ups. During this time the 2002 line featured black lettering and stamp. Paiste collectors often refer to this original series as "Black Labels". This original series didn't offer many different models, but Paiste did offer them in a variety of sizes not available today.

    The series from 1980 to 1986 - "Red Labels"

    Used by themselves, or augmenting other lines, especially RUDE, 2002s became an important component of music in the 1980's. From Pop to Rock, New Wave to Heavy Metal, 2002s were becoming almost ubiquitous. Paiste made a few changes to the 2002 line and starting in 1980 labels would be silk screened red. Gone were the days of rubber stamps. Paiste expanded the series to include models like the Heavy Crash to better fit the then-current trends in music. Also, a new model in an already impressive list of innovations, the Novo China Type, was introduced at NAMM in June 1983. The "Novo", as it is often referred to, was originally called "Inverted China". It had a round bell unlike the regular 2002 China Type, but more importantly, it featured a profile that allowed it to be mounted upside down. To this day, Paiste is the only company to offer such a China.(+) By 1986 the following models and sizes had been added to the series: Splashes in 8", 10" and 12" sizes, a 10" Bell, 16" China Type, the Novo China Type, Heavy Crash, and the Power Ride. Also, given the new emphasis on stage appeal, certain models were available in Paiste's Reflector finish for an additional $10 charge. (+) (It should be noted that Sabian did offer a similar cymbal in their now discontinued Radia series, that was made in cooperation with former Paiste endorser Terry Bozzio.)

    Phasing Out / Re-Introduction & The 1990's

    1986 saw the introduction of some new series. Among these new series was the 3000 line, which was designed to replace the 2002s. However, the 3000s weren't as successful as hoped,and fans of the 2002 objected to Paiste's decision to discontinue the series. Even though the 2002s weren't fully phased out, only limited production, they were re-introduced in 1988/89. Although never printed on the cymbals, this new era of 2002 became known as the "Everclassic" 2002 series. Many ads in drumming publications from this time make reference to this name. Paiste now counted Six (6) professional series of cymbals: Signature (then called simply Paiste), 3000, 2002, 2000, Sound Creation, and Formula 602.

    As the Signature series became wildly popular, the 1990's were a slow growth period for the 2002. As the decade rolled on, more series were phased out. The 3000 series that was once regarded by the company as the next flagship line, was discontinued in 1994. The RUDE family of cymbals that were in the 3000 series were then added to the 2002s. RUDEs would remain there until 1999 when they would become their own line, as they were when Paiste first introduced them in the early 1980's. The company, who once embraced esoteric music within the series, discontinued certain sizes. Gone were small Rides and huge Crashes and China Types. This decade would see few new models added to the 2002 series, like the Power Crash (1994), Power Bell Ride (1996), Extra Heavy Hi-Hat (ca. 1994/95), and the Power Splash (ca. 1995).

    2002 Special Edition Cymbals

    In January 2002, Paiste announced the availability of selected 2002 series models in a "Special Edition" issue. The cymbals were faithful reproductions of vintage 2002's. No changes to current manufacturing methods were required as the hand crafting of 2002 cymbals has not changed in the past 30 years. They featured the original hand stamped logos as used in the early 1970's.

    These "Special Edition" models were made available to commemorate the series' 30 year anniversary, and in response to requests for a special celebration of the cymbals in the year synonymous with its name. 2002 Special Edition models were accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. They were only be manufactured during the year 2002.

    Certificate worded as follows:

    "Paiste 2002 is one of the most successful and legendary musical instrument brands ever. Created for the needs of a totally new generation of musicians, 2002 cymbals have been part of a sound that changed the world of music. During the 1960's Beat and Rock music took the world by storm. A prevalent feature of the new music was the extensive use of electronic amplification. To answer this sound challenge, Paiste began creating cymbals from 8% Bronze, and so the Giant Beat series was born. As the new music styles matured and evolved, the requirements of cymbal sound became more complex. The answer was a fusion of forceful Giant Beat and sophisticated Formula 602 sound qualities. The resulting cymbals were introduced in 1971 and christened '2002', a number at once reminiscent of the '602' and expressing a completely revolutionary concept by choosing a year far ahead in the future. Since this year has actually arrived, and the cymbals are still made successfully, it seemed appropriate to celebrate the more than 30 years of history of one of the most influential musical instruments ever created. Thus, this certificate accompanies a 'Special Edition' 2002 cymbal, as recorded below by its model name and serial number. 'Special Edition' 2002 cymbals are identical to the cymbals manufactured in the early 1970's, a condition easily achieved since 2002 cymbals have been made exactly that way ever since. The one concession to history is the application of brand and model designations using the traditional black, hand stamp method. We hope you enjoy this magnificent musical instrument, which, due to the limited manufacture only in 2002 is sure to become a cherished collector's item."

    These cymbals had an 8 digit serial number, unlike the 1970's 2002s which only had 6.

    The New Millennium

    Responding to the nostalgia craze of the mid-2000s, some larger models were re-introduced. Besides these, many new models came out this decade, some carried over from the discontinued Dimensions series. Among these were the "Rock" series, Crunch Hats, and the Dry Ride . Among the entirely new 2002 models include the Cool Ride. At medium-thin, this is probably the lightest ride ever in the series. Paperthin, Full Crash, and Thin Crash, all offered in other series before, were now made available as a 2002 for the first time. Also added the "Wild" series that featured the Reflector finish, and hammering unlike a 2002. It is an interesting note that for perhaps the first time, 2002 has featured intricate hammering on select models very much unlike the traditional style. The Rock Bell Ride at the right is a good example of this hammering.


    In 2005, Paiste added some new models to the 2002 series to adjust it to the present and future, by adding some models of the Dimensions series in it. In the year 2007, the line is further expanded in to the loud genres by adding larger cymbals and the more aggressive “Wild” models.

    Cooperating with Alex Van Halen, Paiste introduced the 2002 24" Big Ride in 2010. The cymbal features Giant Beat design parameters and character, while utilizing a 2002 finish.


    Information from the Paiste.com site[2]
    1979 Paiste Catalog [3]
    Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1986
    Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1987-1988
    Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1988-1989
    Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1990
    Modern Drummer Buyer's Guide, 1993
    Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1995/96
    Modern Drummer Equipment Annual, 1997/98
    Modern Drummer, June 1983, pg. 122 "Paiste Introduces Inverted China"
    Modern Drummer, September 2002, pg. 4 2002 Limited Edition Cymbals ad
    Paiste "Six Cymbal Lines" Ad 1981

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