Here's his set up - from Paiste's website:
22" Formula 602 China prototype
15" Formula 602 Medium Hi-Hat prototype
8" Signature Reflector Splash
20" Formula 602 Thin Crash
10" Signature Reflector Splash
18" Formula 602 Thin Crash
24" Formula 602 Medium Ride prototype
18" Alpha Medium Swiss Crash
22" Formula 602 Thin Crash prototype
Tama and Paiste
Hmm? Me too, before deciding I would play Paiste, the first cymbal from them I noticed and liked was the Ride Cymbals.There was a cymbal stand with a ride cymbal on it, and a hi-hat stand with hi-hats. I walked over and tapped the cymbal and said to the drum technician, 'what is THIS?' He said, 'that is a Paiste Traditional ride'. It sounded great. I said, 'a WHAT'? I had no idea that Paiste made them. I thought, 'how did I NOT know that these existed, and never heard them'?
Looks like more people's entry to Paiste is the Ride.
...giddy yap jingle horse pick up your feet. jingle around the clock, mix and a-mingle in the jingling feet