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    Grand Master Jazz Ride - Pre Serial 602's - Meinl Dark Ride

    21" Grand Master Jazz Ride - 275 - 2681 grams (very special properties going on with this guy..)

    20" Meinl Byzance Dark Ride - 275

    18" 1969 Paiste 602 Ride - 220 - 1695 grams Has the teensy tiniest little nicked spot on the edge, not cracked at all.

    16" 1969 Paiste 602 Crash - 220 - 1077 grams

    14" 1969 Paiste 602 Hi-Hats - 300 - 839/1162 grams

    11" 1969 Paiste 602 Slash - SOLD

    Willing to negotiate or trade for the right Agop stuff. Also I can do audio samples with a very good microphone, or pictures of course!
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    Rama

    Are you willing to have a gentlemans agreement
    On the 11" 602 splash?

    I want it - but I would like to see some pics to see
    The condition and hear a sound file if possible.

    Even a cell phone video would be fine.

    Any info like: weight ? Any cracks or nicks?

    That's what we call "dibbs" if you'll do that
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    Yes of course! Busy busy working the holidays though, so it may take me until tuesday unfortunately..

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    Take all the time you need

    I'm busy with the Holidays too

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    Here ya' go! There's a touch of green here and there. I personally never polish cymbals beyond wiping dust off. I like the aged look! No nicks, no cracks. I would say medium weight.
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    Any chance of pics, weight, and soundfile on the Grand Master?

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    I'll work on that as soon as possible. She's in pristine like new condition. Comes with a certificate and bag as well. I'll make an audio file and take pictures soon. Unfortunately I don't know what the weight is, nor do I have a scale of any kind. It's definitely at least a medium weight, not super thin for sure, but I wouldn't call it very heavy either. There are some insanely sweet spots on it. I've actually never had a cymbal able to sing so beautifully to me. If you tune your snare to the particular pitch of its sweet spot, it's absolute heaven. Hopefully I can get the audio file to capture some of that. I have no doubt I will kick myself very very hard one day for selling it, but then there's always some other cymbal that we're chasing after, and not enough money, right? Isn't that why we're here? I better stop thinking about it before I take it off the market..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rama777 View Post
    I'll work on that as soon as possible. She's in pristine like new condition. Comes with a certificate and bag as well. I'll make an audio file and take pictures soon. Unfortunately I don't know what the weight is, nor do I have a scale of any kind. It's definitely at least a medium weight, not super thin for sure, but I wouldn't call it very heavy either. There are some insanely sweet spots on it. I've actually never had a cymbal able to sing so beautifully to me. If you tune your snare to the particular pitch of its sweet spot, it's absolute heaven. Hopefully I can get the audio file to capture some of that. I have no doubt I will kick myself very very hard one day for selling it, but then there's always some other cymbal that we're chasing after, and not enough money, right? Isn't that why we're here? I better stop thinking about it before I take it off the market..
    The way you talk about it sounds much like the way I feel about the Grand Master I have. It's absolutely by far the best cymbal in my collection. There's really something special going on with these.

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    Rama777

    Have you used this site's Personal Messaging yet?

    Let's see - I'm sending you a PM

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