The cymbals which Ralf Gustke uses in this video are: HCS 10" Splash, HCS 14" Hihats, HCS 18" Crash, HCS 20" Ride, HCS 16" Crash and HCS 16" China
Just because you’re a beginner doesn’t mean you have to look or sound like one.
Three of the best things you can do for yourself when you are just starting out as a drummer - play every day to get better, develop and hone your skills and your style, and invest in well-made, name brand equipment like Meinl.
The entry level HCS Series from the German cymbal-making experts of Meinl combines quality and value and gives you the best possible sounds at an affordable price. These versatile, specially matched hihats are highly articulate and deliver a warm, clean sound with an open hihat effect.
Like all cymbals Meinl’s HCS line, these medium weight hihats are crafted from gleaming MS63 alloy for a harmonic and balanced sound that mixes well and is sonically pleasing to the ear. The skilled craftsmen who make Meinl cymbals also happen to be drumming enthusiasts themselves. For you, that means they are not only passionate about the quality of the cymbals they make, they’re also uniquely in tune with the drummer’s personal wants and needs. Because they put drummer’s first, you get a better cymbal.
Bottom line: HCS Hihats are a great choice for new drummers looking for great sound and a great price.