yes i am lucky to live in NYC where we have Maxwell's and a surprisingly good Sam Ash. Between those two I'm covered for anything vintage, used, or modernThe cymbals -some of us- have liked- over the years- aren't- never- rarely- ever- found- in a shop. And still aren't.
Only found in online "shops"..
I have a better chance stealing the vintage cymbals online..over the years... from private owners....than paying Max's price ( god bless him) don't get me wrong: I like dealers..yes i am lucky to live in NYC where we have Maxwell's
Haha yes, they are more pricey but they operate an amazing space in NYC where it is nearly impossible to pay rent. But also, this is where paying the premium for getting to play great, potentially expensive cymbals in person is worth it to me. I've bought and sold many cymbals online. I've kept everything I've tested out in person.I have a better chance stealing the vintage cymbals online..over the years... from private owners....than paying Max's price ( god bless him) don't get me wrong: I like dealers..
I could purchase an old K off in Tennessee thru ebay easier
I just bought exactly the same cymbal at our GC. I thought it was new, but the salesman said it was a trade in. $140 out the door.I bought it- brand new Zildjian K Thin Dark Crash 16” for 200 after tax/shipping.
Hey!! I almost didn’t want to reply- there’s something in the mail for you I appreciate your hospitality and couldn’t be happier with the cymbal! I like the brighter, defined sticking coupled with the darker undertones and wash. I’ve used that cymbal with a rock band, a punk/metal band and a country/acoustic group and it fit in well with all three. I can’t thank you enough!Hello G...this is Musicman56.. from Green Valley....how's the 20" working out? Welcome