...and the search function isn't helping much. Please excuse me as I am a noob when it comes to cymbals. I think I may have a 50s Zildjian ride cymbal.
Would a "small stamp b" 50s Zildjian be late 50s?
Would a 20" sizzle ride from that era have had 6 small rivet holes originally?
Would such a...
Re: questions from a co-worker, I present these pics-
I was told "they're older and been sitting a while, I don't know what they are, they're drums and they're in the way."
Looking at the pics, I see some cheap cymbals and basic stands... and these drums, which, I think might be an older Tama...
Let's say that you are a fairly new drummer looking to grow and improve, and thinking that a new to you drum set would be inspirational and, also, you are also tired of your starter thrift store drums.
You know a bit about what to look out for, but, still, new to this.
You are likely looking...
...I'm a fairly recent drummer, and I've been trying to determine exactly what my "origin" kit is... You know, the "first" one.
Fwiw, I still play it all the time. :)
For me, it's my thrift store starter kit... a 20" Sonor Force 2003 bass drum (no front hoop or head) and two random toms...
...please forgive me.
How are "concert" or symphonic cymbals different from "drum set" cymbals, if at all, besides their respective placements?
Is there any difference in hammering or lathing, in tone, or in use, from a drum set user's perspective, when the cymbal is on a standard cymbal...
I'm a long time semi-pro bass player who's always wanted to play drums. The last year or so, I have been doing that, via thrift stores, pawn shops, and online sales.
It's really fun, and I really enjoy learning, which is good because I am learning new things everyday.
I guess I'm the new...