20” Constantinople medium thin low vs high vs Renaissance!

Rick

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Doesn’t seem it is crashable, is it?
He crashes it (lightly) several times in that video. I'm not much for crashing ride cymbals as I have two crash cymbals I use mostly for that purpose... so I'm probably not the best person to ask about its crashability. Seems okay to me from what little bit I've played around with crashing it at home but that's just not something I really ever use in my playing on a gig.
 

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I searched for 3 years to find a 22 Renaissance that sounded like one I heard live once upon a time. I tried many from 2300-2500, but finally bought one at 2618g that is perfect. I have one rivet and use it as my main ride. I have a 22 MTL next to it at 2304g, no rivets, which is a beautiful crashable dark ride. On the left I have a 20 renaissance with three rivets.

I am obsessed with the 20 Renaissance...i use it as a main ride from time to time when the volume needs to be lower. In that setting I use a riveted 20 MTH on the left. The MTH is ok to me, but it spends more time in the cymbal bag than on a stand.
I have never played a 20 MTL though.
 

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