Sold Late 50’s/early 60’s zildjians

mfry2112

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18 inch crash drilled for 6 rivets
20 inch, not sure if it’s a crash or a ride, it’s very dark sounding, would like to sell as a pair I can weigh later
$225.00 I pay shipping, add 10 bucks if you live west of Denver
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Glad you like them, what do you think the 20 is?
I haven't really played it much but it is about 2040 g which is usually medium weight. On initial playing, I think it is a ride but once I have some time, I will determine whether it is a crash ride or ride only...generally crashes are 18 inches and under and rides are 18-22 inches so really leaning towards a ride

On the other hand, the 18" has the characteristics of a crash ride .
If you want, I'll let you know what I find ;):)
 

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Glad you like them, what do you think the 20 is?
Mike, both cymbals are 60's Zildjian A short stamp cymbals; 18" is nice at 1473 g. and the 20" is nice at 2042 g. ....the 20" has a great crash! I haven't had a chance to really try out the 18.
I have a 20" Zildjian A small stamp (late 50's) that is 2158 g that I have paired up with this 20" and a nice combo!
 


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