Review – Stagg Myra Series Cymbals

Review – Stagg Myra Series Cymbals

Here’s the latest review from our sister-site Drummer’s Review featuring a selection of Myra series cymbals from Stagg Music. Filmed June 2024 (scroll down for recording & equipment details).


Brilliant Finish:

  • 14″ Hi Hats,
  • 21″ Ride,
  • 17″ Crash,
  • 18″ China

Raw Finish:

  • 14″ Hi Hats,
  • 21″ Ride,
  • 17″ Crash,
  • 18″ China,


  • B20 Bronze Alloy construction,
  • 100% hand hammered,
  • Medium-heavy in terms of weight,
  • Tight bands of lathing,
  • Brilliant Finish on underside, brilliant or raw finish on top.


14″ Brilliant Hats: £255.00

14″ Raw Hats: £259.00

21″ Brilliant Ride: £289.00

21″ Raw Ride: £309.00

17″ Brilliant Crash: £139.00

17″ Raw Crash: £145.00

18″ Brilliant China: £179.00

18″ Raw China: £189.00

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Recording Details:

Filmed at Paul Caboche Studios (Cornwall UK). 

Microphone List:

Kick Rear: Audix D6
Kick Front: Electrovoice RE27ND
Snare Top: Electrovoice PL80
Snare Bottom: Electrovoice PL80
Hi Hat: Oktava MK-012-01 Cardio
Ride: Oktava MK-012-01 Cardio
Over Head wide: AKG C414B (pair)
Centre Over Heads: AEA R88 MK2 Stereo Ribbon Mic
Front Centre Room : AEA R88 MK2 Stereo Ribbon Mic
Wide Room Mic’s: sE2200T Tube Mic’s (pair)

Recording Process:

Microphone Pre amps: 16x Rupert Neve Designs 5052

Pre amp outs to Avid HD analog to digital converters connected to Avid HDX card

Recorded into Pro Tools Ultimate latest version running HDX cards mounted in an Apple Mac Pro 2019 16core.

Audio Template Details: 

Basic EQ:

Basic EQ setting using the EQ section of the Neve 5052 mic Pre-Amps. No post recoded EQ or processing applied.

A Note From Paul…

“The microphones were set up with the overheads and room mic’s measured to the centre of the snare drum to keep the phase of any stereo pair in phase. The AEA R88 MK2 mic’s being stereo mic’s had no issue with phase but the front centre room mic and centre overhead where aligned with each other to keep the same stereo image. The phase reverse switch on the front kick mic was used to correct the phase between the two bass drum mic’s. The phase reverse switch was engaged on the bottom snare mic to correct the phase between the two snare mic’s. Hi pass filters only used on the hi hat mic, Ride mic and overheads. The live room of the studio has been treated to provide a neutral sound close to the drums & cymbals with the room mic’s then giving a true representation of what the instruments sound like in the room. Using 16 identical Mic Pre amps also helps with electrical phase so there is no difference between tone and phase of the Mic Pre amps. The brief for the recoding was to give as true a representation as possible of what the instruments actually sound like.”

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