SERIOUSLY, Just How Big Do You REALLY Want To Be???

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Now that I have everyone's attention, WHY would anyone need to be THIS BIG??

 

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Good to remember that your favorite jazz records with Art, Elvin, Cobb, etc were most likely an 18 inch ride.

Maybe with the 28 they just hate cymbal bags? Because they're not going to find one for a 28 unless you get into gong case territory.
 

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to fill a hole in their collection/ selection.
a very big hole; At least with B it's Light...errr medium-light?
isn't it?
 
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To continue the product description:

"From master hands tonally framed into most aspired vintage sounds of 1960 s, and in such a total aesthetic charm!"
 

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I traded a handsonic for a KCon way back and the guy threw in a very heavy 24" zildjian ride. That thing is a beast. It doesn't fit in any of my bags, plays like a manhole cover, is always in the way, and odds are I'll be buried with it.

No thanks
 

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I dunno.I think.. If I was tackling "Keith Emerson"and his sound" I may charge at him with it----->
en garde!!

It's got some sparkle..I hear some diamond rings in there..
maybe 1st edition "King Crimson" too...
" cat's Foot.....Iron claw......"

listen to that low at the end..geeze that's mack truck low
that's below (or equal) to cathedral pipe organ low

gotta hand it to that Team
even if they did a 28" just because they could and can
 
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oh I get it. hear another one..another series.

 

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Now that I have everyone's attention, WHY would anyone need to be THIS BIG??...
do you still have 20" Black Pearl Gcort...
Do I see it on Reverb?...
this one ->
 
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do you still have 20" Black Pearl Gcort...
Do I see it on Reverb?...
this one ->
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No.....sold it 3 years ago...never liked it. Too much ring for me. I prefer the Master Vintage ride with more stick articulation....looking for a MV Flat/20" if you hear of one
 

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I think I would agree with Steve Gadd, smaller pies are more controllable.
 

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Now that I have everyone's attention, WHY would anyone need to be THIS BIG??

It’s clearly Spinal Tap. Amps that go to 11. Coming from someone who uses a 24” Paiste 2002 Crash as a ride for loud rock gigs.
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