Moving Sale: Agop, T-Cymbals and....Spizz (maybe)

deepsoulradio

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Movin' from Cali to Colorado is an expensive task so I'm going to put some goodies up for sale. I will get pics, prices and sounds in the coming days but I want to start this post now while inspiration strikes.

Agop
22" Sig 2100g - $350
I've owned this one for a good number of years. Not because I play it much, but because it's so damn cool.

soundcloud.com/zero-ground-instruments/22-sig-2100

Untitled by Barry Eldridge, on Flickr
Untitled by Barry Eldridge, on Flickr

14" Mel Lewis 8xx/10xxg - $300
I gave these hats a bath in sulphur-rich hot springs as a patina experiment and oh did that work. They are a bit too versatile for me...who needs hats that can do everything?

soundcloud.com/zero-ground-instruments/14-mel-lewis-hats-8xx-1044

Untitled by Barry Eldridge, on Flickr
Untitled by Barry Eldridge, on Flickr

22" Mel Lewis 24xxg - SOLD
18" 30th 13xxg - SOLD

T-Cymbals
15" hats 900/1120g - $200
This isn't a model that's in the catalog, but they have a Limited Edition vibe. Big and buttery.

soundcloud.com/zero-ground-instruments/15-t-cymbals-hats-900-1120

Untitled by Barry Eldridge, on Flickr
Untitled by Barry Eldridge, on Flickr

10/16" FX stack - $150
The 10" is wavy like an Agop trash hit. Sound file speaks for itself.

soundcloud.com/zero-ground-instruments/10n16-t-cymbals-stack

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22" Swing King 24xxg - $225
Patina and smaller bell...eerily Om-like...

soundcloud.com/zero-ground-instruments/22-t-cymbals-swing-king-2410

Untitled by Barry Eldridge, on Flickr
Untitled by Barry Eldridge, on Flickr

21" Limited Edition 2078g - $200
You know those Sabian raw bell dry rides that are like 6000g? Now imagine that cymbal in a jazz weight...

soundcloud.com/zero-ground-instruments/21-t-cymbals-le-ride-2078

Untitled by Barry Eldridge, on Flickr
Untitled by Barry Eldridge, on Flickr

Spizz
24" 2920g - $2500
Owning this cymbal is like having a little brick of gold. It is in the category of Ultimate Spizz. I got this immediately after Roberto's passing. Consider me a very unmotivated seller on this one.

soundcloud.com/zero-ground-instruments/24-spizzichino-2419

Untitled by Barry Eldridge, on Flickr
Untitled by Barry Eldridge, on Flickr
 
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Bongo Brad

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24" Spizz? You might be able to trade that for a nice truck to help you move. You must provide sound/video for us poor musicians, whether you sell it or not.
 

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Good luck on the move Barry, will be bummed to lose you from CA but I'm sure you and the family are onto bigger and better things. Im really lookign forward to hearing these, Barry knows how to present a cymbal.
 

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Aww, the holics have come out to play. Prices posted, I'm negotiable (sort of). I'll get on the other specs (for your entertainment)

P.S., goin' to Denver!
 

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That's actually a pretty fair price on a Spizz compared to what folks are asking for for 20s and 22s these days. And Joe I'm not changing my use of "Spizz", regardless of that nonsense from a few years ago.
 

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And Joe I'm not changing my use of "Spizz", regardless

(I always thought it more dignified or respectful to say R.Spizzichino
that's the engraved signature -on the 1991-2011 ones- right?)

Lookie here a Reverb Story:
 
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