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Realized one of my 20s is a Trans stamp. Never looked closely before

Skins_in_the_game

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So some one posted about wanting to swap a light A for a heavier one and it made me think about the light one that I have that I use for light riding or as a crash. It is 1728 gm and sounds very nice and smooth.
I took some pics of it to see what the stamp was and saw it is a trans stamp so I thought I would put the pics here for those who like those kind of cymbal pics could see it.
 

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It is very thin as you can see the stamp even on the underside
 

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Nice. That's a T2:


1728g is indeed Thin Weight Class: 1655g - 1812g

Just one small addendum from my research. The stamp showing through on the underside is caused by the setting on the stamping machine. There are Medium and Medium Heavy cymbals which have the stamp showing through on the underside. There is a correlation with being a lighter cymbal, but is isn't a perfect correlation.
 

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I hope that it will last a long time. It has a great feel and i don't want to be the one that breaks it. Guess that's why I have not been using it for gigs but more for at-home playing
 

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Sweet!! You just got a new cymbal without having to buy one!!
 


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