Rare Paiste Super Formula 602 price sheets (1957-9)

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Finally! I was starting to think I would never uncover any printed materials of Paiste's first B20 line, the Super Formula 602.
This was the precursor series (1957-1959) that was refined and morphed into the world famous Formula 602 line.

Super Formula 602s came in sizes ranging from 12" to 24"

For the Jazz cymbals the weights were Thin and Medium for all sizes and once you got up to 18" Thin Ride, Thin Ride Crash, Medium Ride and Medium Ride Crash were offered

Orchestra and Band cymbals came in Medium and Heavy weights
 

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Bernie Rich..
I'm not sure why Paiste showed Buddy on their printed materials from this time period. Maybe they gave him a Super 602 to try out and that made it all good? LOL

Seems they stopped this nonsense after the '65 deal with Ludwig.
 
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could you post those endorsers Kinda Hard to Read
 

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