I thought so as well, but I don’t see the tell tale swirl marks around the bell hole from the roto. casting method. That’s not conclusive, but it’s all I got!That high bell is an Italian thing, isn't it?
Lathing shows on the bottom, looks sanded or scraped on the top?
Has this been to Lance's shop? You know the cymbal project guy, Lance Campeau.
when you accidentally hit reply when you meant to hit like , ... How do you cancel?I thought so as well, but I don’t see the tell tale swirl marks around the bell hole from the roto. casting method. That’s not conclusive, but it’s all I got!
This is a mystery...
no they're uni-rolled.rotocast
Mine sounds more like the first small cymbal but mine is 11" and lathing on the bottom. I'm searching for pics of this type to see the bottom of these but we're narrowing it down I think.Love the sounds one can get from these.
So this might not be that old?no they're uni-rolled.
individual cast's are
hammered flat ..by hand...(and arm..) hammered in bell ..no machine cross-roll
B20 but uni-rolled. Actually not rolled at all; they're hammered into shape period. Maybe rolled once one-way..If the shop had a machine..
Cross-roll strengthens B20. (from a machine-a roller machine) (that's new for Chinese cymbals) Wuhan old days- no do. Extreme manual labor.
I think it is. 30s 40s maybe 20s.So this might not be that old?
Modern manufactured cymbals here. Just check product specs for size.So this might not be that old?
So now I need to find a pic of the bottom... If it has lathing then that solves it. Thx