No Longer A Plethora of Zildjian for sale: six gone, five left

mewing

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"I would not like to think that someone would tell someone else he has a plethora, and then find out that that person has no idea what it means to have a plethora."

Based upon this definition from a great comedy classic, I think I did, in fact, have a plethora.

No cracks, no keyholing, but all used cymbals. No idea of age, as I didn't buy any of them new. They have just been part of my collection for various amounts of time, or came to me with a kit. Ask any questions (except for a sound file; I don't really have the right equipment to give a good example, and I don't know what you have for playback). All prices are plus shipping; ask for a quote. Yes, I might entertain a discount for multiples. Take offers? Eh, maybe. Give it a shot if you think I'm too high (five of first six sold at asking price). 317.695.0696

First, the ride and hats:

Medium ride, 22" 3,438 grams SOLD locally
New Beats, 14" 982g and 1,415g SOLD locally
A Custom hats, 13" 790g and 1,065g $130
 

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Next, A Custom crashes and an Armand thin:

15" A Custom Crash with a little bit of what appears to be marks from white painted sticks, 887g SOLD
16" A Custom Fast Crash with logos polished off and a bit of keyhole, really thin edges, 922g SOLD locally
18" A Custom Crash, 1,330g SOLD locally
16" Armand thin crash with really thin edges, 976g $95
 

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Now the rest of the crash cymbals, block letter Zildjians:

19" Medium crash, 1,838g SOLD locally
18" Medium thin crash, 1,516g $115
15" Paper thin crash, 753g $90
14" Thin crash, 667g $70
 

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It would help if you put the age of the cymbal(cymbals). Why are you replacing them or selling them? Exactly what do you mean by "bendable edges"? All cymbals , especially Thin & Paper Thin cymbals bend & flop around when you strike them, like an eel just pulled out of the water when you are fishing. If cymbals didn't flex/flop/bend, you would break them evert time you hit them.
 
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