SOLD: Paiste 602 Thin Crash 18 inch

ScottGunshore

idrum = udig?
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No nicks, cracks, dents, or dings.

More pictures available upon request, but these cover the condition nicely.

I'm looking to try Modern Essentials, so open to a trade if that's an option (plus minus cash if appropriate).

SOLD

One of the world’s most referred and legendary cymbal line in history. Renown and loved for its fine, pure, soft, delicate musical tone, that requirea precise playing. Reintroduction of the most popular models, faithfully re-created in terms of sound and look in 2011. Forged from the legendary 602 Bronze (CuSn20), handcrafted from start to finish by highly skilled Swiss craftsmen, Formula 602 Classic Sounds cymbals produce a true, pure sound of unique clarity and consistency.

Sound Character: Silvery, breathy, transparent. Fairly wide range, slightly complex and dense mix. Soft shimmering and velvety feel. A light crash cymbal with a definite retro character suited for many styles in that music genre.

Weight: Light
Volume: Medium

Character
Sound color: Medium
Frequency range: Wide
Frequency mix: Rough/Complex/Rich

Function
Stick Sound: Washy
Response Intensity: Lively
Sustain: Medium
Bell character: Integrated
Feel: Soft
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ScottGunshore

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Yes - very little playing time. Definitely touched but could pass for new if you wipe it down well.
 


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