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- Jan 13, 2010
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You’re welcome. Absolutely it’s insight related to the thread. I ended up buying two cymbals more than the two I wanted, and a second set of hi hats. So now I’m also a cymbalholic at journey’s end.Thanks for offering so much insight to this thread , it is much appreciated!!
I miss cymbalholic... And all the 'My final set of cymbals ever!!' posts But still congrats on your setup!
Haha! Nice try, Eric.I've been a bit of a cymbal nerd for about two decades now and feel like I've finally found my own personal mountaintop of sounds.
Haha! Nice try, Eric.
Give him a month, folks. He'll be scouring Funch's site or emailing Nolan as sure as I'm sitting here.
(BTW, nice cymbals.)
Hi, my name is Eric and I'm a cymbalholic.
(I haven't done either of those things yet...and I never said I wasn't going to buy another cymbal!)
That 24 is so cool. Congrats on the soulmate.
Those hats though!
Did you have to experiment with some other cymbals before you arrived at that combo?
I’m glad you revived this thread - I somehow missed it back in October. Man, what an outstanding set of cymbals! The As are just outstanding and exhibit everything we love about old Quincy made Zildjians. And the crashes on the Funch and Lauritsen are so beautiful and the pitches are perfectly complimentary. The drums are lovely as well.
Can’t wait to see what you’ve got up next!
We demand details.Thanks Paul!
The drums are Gary Summit's work. Short stack curly maple solid shells (12x6, 14x7, 20x10) inspired by the old N&C star drums. One of my favorite sets I've owned and so fun to play. The snare is a Sugar Percussion 14x4 Sitka Spruce.
As far as up next...well...I finally bought a couple of old Ks.