Ok so, apologies for going way off topic on this one but here we go:was that hammered and lathed and finished at a German location?
Are there pictures of a German Paiste workshop? That'd be neat to see.
Or how did that work; Sound Formula's etc. marked Germany
Got it.The German factory has always been renowned for its gong making, it's the only location where the gongs are made. The facility is much also smaller than the Swiss factory.
the small exception being the paiste alloy Sound Formula?they never (with one very small exception) produced any B20 cymbals or B15 cymbals
You're right, I missed that one!Got it.
the small exception being the paiste alloy Sound Formula?
You didn't mention SF did I miss it?
To follow up because you have a very valid question: From the source I have that's visited the German factory several times, they don't have an oven for annealing B15, this is necessary to press in the bell and hammering (see below).You and Zen need me as proofreader. But Can't afford me
I remember now reading the German works was where the gongs originated