Five years ago, in 2010, we first covered Soultone cymbals at the winter NAMM show. Back then we were already fond of the bright and clean cymbals Soultone makes. Nothing has changed on that part; the cymbals of the American company are still of great quality and sound. And, still at an affordable price, as the new Noa Pack shows with three cymbals and a cymbal bag. Iki Levy, founder and owner of Soultone cymbals, takes you through the booth in three quick videos. All leading up to the new Noa Pack.
After ten years, Soultone has a long list of endorsers supporting the brand, including Calixto Oviedo, Asami and Veronica Bellino. The last two are added to the photos with this article.
In the first video, Iki Levy - who has played with artists like Paula Abdul, Tracy Chapman and Donna Summer - gives you a quick update on the brand. In the second video he demos a few cymbal series, including Megadeth drummer Nick Menza's design.
The third video has Iki Levy showing the new Noa Pack, professional cymbals for beginners at a good pricing point. The Noa Pack features:
Free cymbal bag
The Noa cymbals are a special contstruction: they have the Gospel series bell, the Extreme series center and Latin Prototype edge.
Check them out for yourself, and happy anniversary to Soultone cymbals!