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    Paiste Rough Ride

    Curious if any of you have a 22" Rough Ride you might be willing to part with. My interest was peaked by some 'holic videos.



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    There's one for sale in Ebay.UK that was mine. Now it belongs to another forumite. I got it here from member Cymbalguy and it's great.

    Item n: 152641488133
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    Quote Originally Posted by txal View Post
    There's one for sale in Ebay.UK that was mine. Now it belongs to another forumite. I got it here from member Cymbalguy and it's great.

    Item n: 152641488133
    Thanks Jon.

    clicky link to rough ride on eBay

    I've also been interested in these since I heard Tom Killan's one on a CD:



    That's interested to learn about not interested to run out and purchase. I've already got too many cymbals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zenstat View Post
    Thanks Jon.

    clicky link to rough ride on eBay

    I've also been interested in these since I heard Tom Killan's one on a CD:



    That's interested to learn about not interested to run out and purchase. I've already got too many cymbals.
    Thanks for doing the hard job, zen.

    It was very late when I answered to this thread and I was tired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by txal View Post
    Thanks for doing the hard job, zen.

    It was very late when I answered to this thread and I was tired.
    Thanks Jon. I had to put it on my watch list so I was there anyway. And if I was really doing a good job I would have linked to the cdbaby site for First Principles because there are some other songs which give more prominence to the Rough Ride. Although I do love the Kora (21 stringed instrument from Guinea, West Africa) in that track.

    https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/cayugajazz

    The first search I did for "First Principles" came up with a zillion hits on raves about economics or philosophy , so I took the easy way out and grabbed that YouTube video sampler track.
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    Bump, still searching.

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    Good luck, curly. I love mine (second video), and, sorry, don't plan on selling it anytime soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TPC View Post
    Good luck, curly. I love mine (second video), and, sorry, don't plan on selling it anytime soon.
    Thanks. SCDRs seem to be dime a dozen compared to the roughs!

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    patience young apprentice learner. patience.

    Cymbalguy has the last one I owned and its a KILLER....best one I owned and he agrees.

    They ARE a bit different...some are better than others.....
    "You've been making the wrong mistakes" Thelonius Monk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Killian View Post
    patience young apprentice learner. patience.

    Cymbalguy has the last one I owned and its a KILLER....best one I owned and he agrees.

    They ARE a bit different...some are better than others.....
    Yeah...I've owned three or four of these over the years, and this one is definitely superior, IMO...For lack of a better word, much "tamer" than most. Really blends well with other instruments, yet still retains its unique personality!!

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