- Dec 23, 2019
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What do you think is the worst website for drummers. For me its Paiste's website.
i can't concentrate on negatives that well.What do you think is the worst
I couldn't agree more! I'm a dedicated Paiste user, but their website lacks any substance. It has an late 90's look, and has never been updated.What do you think is the worst website for drummers. For me its Paiste's website.
Tama is fairly decent about all of that, but you do have to dig. If you go under support, they have both a parts listing and a history of their catalogs.My three big axes to grind:
1. Contact information and customer service phone numbers are almost impossible to find. Most of the time, phone numbers and contact information seems to be tacked on almost as a second thought, or is difficult to find. In worst cases, contact info is not included at all.
2. Product archives are typically ignored altogether. For those who buy used gear, finding information on out-of-production gear is almost impossible. (And don't dare take the word of a "sales technician." 9 times out of ten, every one of them will tell a different story. They are guessing.)
3. Parts lists. This comes back to the archives issue. Every website should include ready access to parts diagrams and numbers for every product the company has made, even if those parts are no longer made.
To me the site is outdated and they hardly update the website. According to them Vinnie Caliouta is still playing with Ludwig. And if you accidentally click it on too many sound samples it turns into pure pain! Dw is horrible as well.What's wrong with Paiste's website?