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Paiste welcomes Gregory Hutchinson to the Paiste Artist Family

The world renowned Swiss cymbal maker Paiste is proud to welcome Gregory Hutchinson to its Artist Endorsement Program.



Gregory Hutchinson is an accomplished and respected musician; a drummer’s drummer, who is soundly rooted in the jazz tradition and able to approach many different styles of music tastefully and with imagination. He has worked with a virtual who’s who of the jazz world including Dianne Reeves, Betty Carter, Wynton Marsalis, John Scofield, Roy Hargrove, Charles Lloyd, Diana Krall, Harry Connick Jr, Joshua Redman, Christian McBride and Maria Schneider, as well as many others.

His cymbal set ups mainly consist of different models from the classic Formula 602 series as well as Dark Rides and Dark Crash Rides from the Twenty Masters Collection.



Paiste welcomes also the following distinguished artists to the Paiste Artist Family

Robert Moeller of Le Fly (Germany)

Gota Yashiki of Mute Beat (Japan)

Martin Huber of Navel (Switzerland)

Christian Specker of Bligg (Switzerland)

Jesus Mendez, jr. of Newsted (USA)

Paiste’s Artist Endorsement Policy, as established in 1957 with the creation of  Drummer Service, is based entirely on the artist’s appreciation for Paiste products, Paiste’s recognition of the artist’s career and distinguished status among the drum and percussion community, and mutual respect and loyalty.




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