Paiste 2002 24" Ride. VIDEO ADDED (and price dropped)

nickrobotron

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This is from 2010. It was buried underground for a full year. It has developed a bunch of awesome patina and is beautiful. The bottom has a lot of green ox that can be removed, but I left it alone because it really dries the cymbal out. The top has a sweet, even look to it. If you cleaned the bottom, it would really open up. Currently it's a ping monster and really unique. It reminds me of a Dark Energy MK I. No key holing and edges are almost perfect with just a couple minor dings. Final price drop! $150, shipped.

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Buried underground for a year?
You get my vote for dfo'er of the year!
 

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Haha! I was not the one that buried it. It was a local, eccentric drummer here in Kansas City. What was wild about it is he buried an entire set of brand new 2002 cymbals in a big public park called Loose Park. When I asked him the stupid question, "What if someone questioned the overturned earth and found the cymbals?" he replied, "I would have lost them." Haha.
 

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Not my thing but a nice cymbal at a nice price with a cool story to go along with it.
 

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