Cool sounds alot like what I already have only a little lighter. I have a K "ride" from about same time that is about 3200 and is barely crashable, this one might be just light enough to open up.Yes, been watching that one. I've had some exchanges with the seller and I don't think this is what I'm looking for. He says it has more of a bright, slightly pingy tone. He says it doesn't really sound like the modern, post-2000 K sound. I'm looking for something that's definitely lower-pitched and not so pingy.
You'd probably like the Pre-aged dry light ride, I just traded one that had all thatSounds like it could work!
I also have a 22" regular K ride. More recent production. It's around 3040g and sounds great. Mellow ping with medium-low controlled wash. Nice fairly dry character and pretty crashable. Very versatile.
I'm just after something that is unmistakably low-pitched and dryish, but with body behind it. Larger bell, too.
You know, I had one a few years back and maybe the one I had was just a bit too heavy. It had a certain mid-high "whine" in the overtones that I could never ignore. I sold it and replaced it with the regular K 22 that I have now. Much happier.or could be a ---K Dark Medium 22----- Charles.
I've a 3013 g one and I've seen advertised some down lower in the 28-29xx range.
dark- low- side- shank- crashy- splashy semi-nuanced- complex- ride wouldn't call it washy unless activated with maybe a baseball bat and some rivets. Ton of bell.
Sounds nice. I do already have a 22" K Ride like the one above. It's a little lighter and lower in pitch, but I still consider it to be really a medium-pitch cymbal. I do love it all around as a moderately pingy ride but with a lot of additional tonal character. Great response. Doesn't play heavy. Great for rock, blues, and it can play jazz.HI.
What do you think of this? 3108 grams, regular modern K. Mint condition.