Cymbals to trade!

dogmanaut

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EDITED:

Added a ton more stuff so it’s not all Zildjians!

I’ll add even more stuff soon. This is just off the top of my head.

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Ok, I’ve got a bunch of gear to trade — some things that didn’t quite work for me, others that I LOVE but just haven’t been using.

I’m not really looking for anything in particular other than maybe some Agops — big crashes (a 24” or 26” Traditional Dark crash would be fantastic), 30ths, etc. I’m open to listen to just about any offers, though, so let me know what you’ve got!

ZILDJIANS:

-22” K Custom High Definition ride prototype

-20” K Constantinople Medium-Light Vintage Orchestral crash (can do single or as a set — I was going to keep one as a ride, but I could part with it if someone out there wanted both to use as a ridiculously big set of hats or something lol)

-20” K Pre-Aged Dry Light ride

-20” K Custom Dry Light ride - SOLD

-20” K Custom Special Dry crash

-20” vintage A (1960s) mini cup ride


MEINL BYZANCE:

-22” Vintage Pure ride

-20” Vintage Pure crash

-22” Benny Greb Vintage Sand crash/ride (w/ rivets)


PAISTE:

-20” vintage Formula 602 ride (pre-serial, plus a nice keyhole for free!)

-20” Dimensions power ride prototype

-15” 2002 Sound Edge hi-hat bottom (black label)


BOSPHORUS:

-24” Black Pearl ride (super thin!) - TRADED

-20” Turk Series thin ride

-18” Turk Series Jazz Crash/ride

-14” Turk Series hi-hats

-21” Traditional Series China - SOLD

-18” Gold Series China


ISTANBUL AGOP:

-22” Om ride - SOLD
 
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I sent you a PM a couple of days ago about one of these cymbals.
 
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Have a 20" K custom dark crash with one rivet (drilled for 3) to trade for the K Constantinople or maybe the K Dry?

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Just to clarify, because I’ve gotten quite a bit of interest in the K Con “Crash,” it’s really more of a ride. It’s labeled as a crash, but that’s assuming you’re using it as a set of hand crashes in an orchestral context. It weighs a bit over 2600g, though, so it’s a pretty beefy pie. It’s very unique, and quite unlike any of the regular K Con line that I’ve personally experienced.
 

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