[SOLD] Istanbul Agop 13” Signature Hi-Hats

michaeldangelo

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Hello all,

Doing some "summer" cleaning and have a lot of nice cymbals here that I don't use as much anymore.

13" Istanbul Agop Signature Hi-Hats (729g/795g) SOLD

22" Istanbul Agop 30th Anniversary Ride w/ Bag (2239g) SOLD

20" Istanbul Agop Signature Ride (1723g) SOLD

14" Istanbul Agop 30th Anniversary Hi-Hats (693g/727g) SOLD

18" Paiste PSTX Swiss Thin Crash (1135g) SOLD

10" Paiste PSTX Swiss Hi-Hats (247g/269g) SOLD

Update: Everything's gone. Thanks everyone!
 
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That 30th sounds like a really nice one. I had a 22" and it had some strange things going on, this must be a good one! Great videos and playing!
GLWS
 

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Interesting cymbals and very nice playing.
 

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That 30th sounds like a really nice one. I had a 22" and it had some strange things going on, this must be a good one! Great videos and playing!
GLWS
Thanks! I like this 22, but I have a Meinl 24 Foundry Reserve coming and I don't imagine I'll be playing the 30th too much after that, haha!
 

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Sheesh. Michael your paying on those cymbals is far too tasteful. Beautiful touch too. Perhaps in the future you could tighten up some. It'll decrease your wide dynamic range and add to some lower back pain. Maybe drop a stick now and then too.
 

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First, you’re playing is out of control, my friend! Between your amazing touch and those beautiful cymbals, I really wished I didn’t come across your post this morning... This is way too tempting...
 
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Dare I say those agops sound like amazing old ks?

Dare I say I think they are a perfect fit for your touch and great playing?

Why would you sell? Hypocritical of me to ask..but seriously..beautiful playing and sounds!

But you would sound even better on a gretsch kit..imo ;)
 

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Dare I say those agops sound like amazing old ks?

Dare I say I think they are a perfect fit for your touch and great playing?

Why would you sell? Hypocritical of me to ask..but seriously..beautiful playing and sounds!

But you would sound even better on a gretsch kit..imo ;)
Thanks! Honestly, I've been between brands for a long time, but my favorite cymbals are ones I need to play more. I have a 22" Sabian Artisan light that is very Tony esque, and I have a couple of Dry Complexes. The Agops are nice, but I don't play them as much as I want to the others.
 

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And with that you have officially revealed yourself as a true cymbal nerd. Join the club.
If you have a 24" you could even be club president.
Sorry to hijack this thread. I know you're trying to sell stuff.
Ha ha, I love it! I don't have a 24", but I do have one of the 2019 prototypes if that helps increase my nerd status.
 

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Man those cymbals sound great and your playing is fantastic!! My 30th anniversary ride sounds quite similar, but my playing is miles away :)
 

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You guys liked the 22" better than the 20"?
Huh. Educating myself here, I was thinking the 20" was the winner.
 


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