22" Paiste 2002 Crash

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As a ride cymbal for Jazz?

anyone try? anyone have one of these?
 

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was that an older model? Not listed today..

just saved yourself 340$ ; )
-listening to "Sound Room" (mash all three files one after another) doesn't seem to be a lot in them kinda plain & simple
 
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I believe they only made up to a 20” 2002 in the thin weight, and that one has been discontinued for a number of years. They still make a 22” regular crash that would be more of a medium weight.
 

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I listend to 5,000 videos of the 22" thin crash.

I got a great deal. Actually everything was reverb/ebay DIRT CHEAP...

The hats are amazing. I have those in my room.

going to put 8 rivets in that 22" thin....if I like it...IF I like it.
 

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was that an older model? Not listed today..

just saved yourself 340$ ; )
-listening to "Sound Room" (mash all three files one after another) doesn't seem to be a lot in them kinda plain & simple
Ahhh.

Joe.

Plain and simple can be the best thing in the world.

One of my most commented on cymbals I ever owned was a 20" old A, 2100-2200 grams.

My friend, one of the top drummers in upstate, NY saw me play a gig on it...….he comes up

"wow...…..that sounds like an old K from the audience!!!"


it was the most boring cymbal I have ever owned...but I guess it sounded good out front
 

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My bad. Yeah..its a crash...24..something grams

Im excited.

I dig the 13" hats...673/894...nice weights.
 

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I’ve had one for years, these are GREAT cymbals. It’s my ride for rock and pop (along with a 20” 2002 on the left) and have also played some Jazz with it but it never stuck as a Jazz ride with me over other choices (currently 20 K. Isty New Stamp left, 20 K. Con MTL right, 18 thin 602 Pre-Serial flat)

I am a huge fan of this model. Mine is one of the best overall cymbals I’ve ever heard. If I could only have this as the one cymbal I could play for the rest of my life I could make it work.
 

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I have a 3000 24" reflector crash. It is a bit heavy for ride work. I remember playing on a 22" 2002 ride at a music store and it sounded awesome.
 

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I bought a 22" Signature heavy full reflector crash to use as a ride. It does have a rather sweet glossy sound, although I don't think it was worth the price I paid.

Long and McQuade in Waterloo Ontario has a 22" 2002 Crash in their used collection. Sadly, the store is shutting down as of tomorrow under a provincial order due to COVID 19.
 


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