T-Cymbals - 17" Nefer & 19" Swing King

deepsoulradio

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Here's something different. I'm offering these at some pretty low-risk prices as I imagine these are unfamiliar territory for most of you. Here's what we have:

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19" Swing King - 1772 grams. This has an OM-style patina and a small bell. Dark and controlled; plays like a medium. Something kind of Paiste-like about this...but I'm no expert on those! $175.

Audio: https://soundcloud.com/zero-ground-instruments%2F19-t-cymbals-swing-king-1772-grams




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17" Nefer crash - 1112 grams

These are typically made with holes like an O-zone crash. No trash holes on this one though. The sound is clean, smooth, explosive and bright. $150.

https://soundcloud.com/zero-ground-instruments%2F17-nefer
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A couple of cymbals have sold and I've added a new one to the listing. I'm out of town until August 15 and can ship after that.
 

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T-cymbasls are one of those underrated and "unfamiliar territory" (as you indicated), Turkish brands, that due to no USA distributor in the western hemisphere, go unnoticed and sadly, unchallenged by Cymbalholics.
Like others, Masterwork, Anatolian, Aegan, and Smyrna cymbals, they are all handcrafted, Turk proud and can stand up to the 'well-known' plates.

I once had a 22" T-cymbal King, as well as a pr of 15" hats. I can attest, they are very Istanbul-like.
 

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Yep. The founder, Arbak, worked at Agop for nine years. He also told me he designed the Agop Sig model (including the green logo!). That made me fan-boy for a second, lol.
 

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