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Acidwash

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Thanks! The one on the left is a 21" the one on the right is 20". Both are old serial numbered era.
 

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Thanks! The one on the left is a 21" the one on the right is 20". Both are old serial numbered era.
Awesome! I thought the left one looked much bigger. Are they very different from each one?
I have an old serial numbered signature 22 that I just drilled for 6 rivets and now it's perfect! I also have a newer 21 - the new one is muuuch drier than that older one.
 

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That 22” sounds like a cool cymbal! Yeah, these sound quite different from one another. The 20” is quite heavy for a Sig and has a fairly high pitched ping and a fascinating low pitched wash. I don’t know if anyone else can hear it though. The 21” is lighter and lower pitched, with an easier crash. Together they are unstoppable
 

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Specs? on everything... Looks very nice!
Thanks...kit is a 1939/41 Ludwig & Ludwig micro bop orphan kit. Consists of a 16x12 BD(converted tenor), 13x9 and 14x12 tack head toms. Original black lacquer. All running Evans56 calf tones under single flange/rim clips on the toms. Snare is a 14x4 black nickel over brass with single flange rims n clips. Hi hats are late 50’s small stamp A’s. Cymbals are 23” and 26” Masterwork paper thin crash/rides.
 


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