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- Aug 8, 2019
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- San Pablo, CA
Yep - that's the one. In the unlikely event that I decide to unload it, you'll be the first to know.I'm 98% sure I sold you that 23 back on Cymbalholic.....definitely one of my biggest regrets in retrospect. I'd love to get that back someday if you feel so inclined
Yep - that's the one. In the unlikely event that I decide to unload it, you'll be the first to know.
Maybe it will show up again one day.I once had a 21" 602. On the back, it was engraved, "Property of the Brooklyn Music Conservatory, Jazz Dept"
It was a beautiful cymbal, in sound. It was aged with years of patina. I too, never cleaned it, but no chips, bites etc. Foolishly, I sold it. At the time, 14 years ago, I got into all flats, which remains today.
I always wondered about that 'piece of history'
Our Doc - B.D. Bop- is unloading a bunch o' hand picked/culled PS 602 on ebay..........
You are so right - I apologize for my post (#22). Don´t nobody read it!!!All of us 602 lovers must not let the secret out that 602s still sound great with cracks, dents, cutouts, keyholes, flea bites, warps, etc, etc. I've picked up some nice 602 hi-hat cymbals for cheap because of being "damaged." The only thing not damaged however is their sound. So, shhhh!
Pre-serial 602s for me. They aren't the only cymbals I use, but they are the cymbals I use most often.L
Are there any vintage 602 lovers here?
I am just getting back into town. I will take a look when I get downstairs to shed. Thanks.ConvertedLudwigPlayer look at your 19” - does the center hole look a little larger than normal? If so it could be a marching cymbal that was repurposed as a crash ride. The good news is those are usually dark and have lots of stick. So you’ll have no problems adding a smaller 16 or 18 crash or even a 20, 22, ++
I always liked the sound of JDA’s 19 - it reminds me of my 18” SC Dark Ride