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tkillian

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19"
Paiste signature dry ride, 3 rivet cluster $180 SOLD

20"
A. Zildjian vintage 1950s ride SOLD


22"
Regular Modern K $245 (sold)

Paiste Signature Rough Ride 6 rivet holes
new lower price $365​

Paiste Signature Rough Ride
New lower price $365




Hi-Hats
13"
A. Zildjian 1950S VINTAGE HATS
Paiste Signature Medium $165 (sold)
13" dark cisps $165(sold)

14"
Old Ks $400 (sold)




vintage paiste 2002 MEDIUM hi hat BOTTOM $50

Near mint condition



Below are one of the RR. 19" dry with 2 rivets, 13" medium hats. Peter Erskine ride stick

 
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For some reason my zoom recorded the too loud. So turn down volume to get closer to "in person" sound
These both are in next video I will post


The other rough ride

 

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The two rough rides without rivets


Modern K


Paiste Trad

 

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I think I want those 2 paiste bottoms. Can you drop me a line at kenadessa at gmail.com
 

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Do you have a video of the 18” Traditional thin crash?
 
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tkillian

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Sale Pending

17 signature fast crash
-18 signature fast crash
-13 dark crisp hats
-20 Mellow Ride

Whole Paiste trad set still available
 
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I happen to have some info handy. Top 767g Bottom 883g (unless you choose to play them the other way around). The top is an Intermediate Stamp and the bottom is a New Stamp according to something JDA posted elsewhere but I haven't found stamp pics myself to confirm that. *edit* Joe has since pointed me to a video which has the stamps shown, so now I have seen them. For all I knew Joe was using a subtle difference in bell shape and/or lathing style to pick the difference. Thanks for the clarification Joe.


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see also this thread: https://www.drumforum.org/threads/14-old-k-hi-hats.162286/#post-1792241
 
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tkillian

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Sale updated. Sold a lot
Dont take this the wrong way but..please,please,please dont offend me by asking me "what is your price for...."
These prices are so low some of you think im crazy. The price is the price listed and it wont change. If you want 4 items just add them up...that is the price.

I understand "well ya never know until you ask" and "a guy has to try". I get that. Ive tried it myself.
But this seller(me) is saying dont do it. :angel13::angel13:
Thanks.
 

tkillian

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I happen to have some info handy. Top 767g Bottom 883g (unless you choose to play them the other way around). The top is an Intermediate Stamp and the bottom is a New Stamp according to something JDA posted elsewhere but I haven't found stamp pics myself to confirm that.


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see also this thread: https://www.drumforum.org/threads/14-old-k-hi-hats.162286/#post-1792241
Thanks. Someone just asked. You did it for me. Commission ? Ha ha
 

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Main ride here is 22 rough ride with no rivet holes for sale above with 13" paiste signature medium hats also for sale.
And my Slingerlands kit which is for sale. Use good headphones..its a restaurant gig

Listen to SR040R by userdrummerboy #np on #SoundCloud
https://soundcloud.com/userdrummerboy%2Fsr040r
 

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Some amazing cymbals at amazing prices!! This has to go down as the sale of the century!
 

tkillian

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yeah. I just want them out of the house.

I am losing money on most and breaking even on some.

Easiest way to sell a cymbal? Sell em cheap.
 


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