- Aug 11, 2010
- Reaction score
- Broomfield, Colorado
Holy heck this thing's got some breath. 3000 Gs of old A goodness. Someone will enjoy it, but not me. Maybe it needs those rivits back. Ribit.
I don't mind keyholes at all as long as the cymbal is accordingly priced. With cymbal companies looking for gimmicks all the time, they could machine in the keyhole so that the "sweet spot" will have always at the bottom. I can see the ad copy right now. Every trendie would be tripping over themselves to buy the cymbal with "Automatic Tone Zone Alignment."Trans stamp and thin weight should run the value up pretty well. Some are not as bothered as others when it comes to a keyhole or more specifically a potentially great sounding cymbal with a keyhole.