Istanbul Agop Turk 17” crash -- ADDED new recording

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Gorgeous, new condition, just bought at the end of the year. I’m only selling to thin my herd of similar sounding cymbals. It sounds great with several of my other crashes but I think I’m covered.

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Sorry, don’t know why all my photos are sideways!

$225 plus actual shipping, I pay the PayPal fees.
 

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I apologize in advance, someone did previously ask me if I was selling this one and I wasn’t ready to let it go. But I can’t find the message to remember who asked!
Video demo is here:
 

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that 17" Turk Crash might make a good be bop left Side ride.
have to hear the bell and crash in a light fast mambo style pattern.
sounds like it's got potential..
sort of a "Levon Helm on jazz" small ensemble ride
 
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that 17" Turk Crash might make a good be bop left Side ride.
have to hear the bell and crash in a light fast mambo style pattern.
sounds like it's got potential..
sort of a "Levon Helm on jazz" small ensemble ride
I have a Mehmet 17” Turk. It is a good left side “ride” and an overall nice mellow crash.
 


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