Great reminder of Charles M. Schulz's 100th birthday (November 26th).
PS: just saw there is an own threat: https://www.drumforum.org/threads/ot-charles-schulz-100-birthday-peanuts-tributes.203160/#post-2400816
Thank you for letting me know.
Honestly these two videos are like day and night to me (and I have to admit, yours is not the 'day').
Another lesson to me on being careful about videos/soundfiles of cymbals.
Thanks for this video.
I saw Steely Dan only once in my life during their 'Heavy Rollers Tour 2007'. Must be the same tour. Didn't remember the name of the drummer, just new he was quite young and extremely talented.
Here a video I found from their Bonn (Germany) concert (I saw them a few days...
I would say: yes.
Here some images I just took:
It's very similar, just more dirt. Don't know how to remove this as I fear any abrasive polish will damage the already dim ink stamps.
At least it sounds much better than it looks.
On German ebay is a vintage one advertised:
I don't know the cymbal nor the seller. Just wanted to add this information for Steve's database. And of course if somebody is interested, as these don't...
Thanks for this comments. I thought about cleaning many times but always decided to leave it as it is and 'call it patina'.
Maybe we should discuss this somewhere else (and I guess it was already discussed a lot)...
Anyway, nice and rare cymbals, before and after.
In the 80s, I was fascinated by Weckl as well, sitting in his workshop and not believing what I saw. And I didn't listen very much to Steve Wonder music.
But I have to say if I do the comparison today, it's different.
Just listen how Steve's driving the song with his aggressive 'forward...
Lucky students you must have ... :D
If the gold plating of the hardware is 'as sensitive' as on the DW/Craviotto Snares, I would take care not to have any remnants of sweat left on the drums. So, don't treat your students too hard.
Anyway, is there a sound example somewhere?
About 20 years ago I was playing in a Deep Purple Tribute Band. I wanted the 15 inch 2002 sound edge and went to a vintage drum fair. I couldn't find the 2002s and 'only' found some vintage 602 15 inch sound egde Hi Hats. Very soon, my disappointment changed when I realized that 602 are (at...
I'm not Don, but I also had the luck to get a Formula 602 22 inch Thin Crash that sounds fantastic. I already wanted to bring it to your attention for the data bank, therefore I do it here.
Mine is a 'pre-serial' according to your resources, with a lot of patina (meaning never...
Thank you for this analysis, Steve
Unbelievable how much more you 'read' out of my images, more than I could see having the cymbal in my hands.
As you might see, I think this is what you call the 'Medium Small Cup' having 12 cm diameter, roughly 4.75":
Looking a bit closer to the lathing, I...