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    Collingwood Cymbals 21" Crash / Ride. 2256g.

    Brand new, hand-hammered and lathed by myself (Collingwood Cymbals) in Bristol, UK, using a Turkish B20 bronze blank.

    Asking £250 (USD ~355, EUR ~285), shipping quote on request.

    Last edited by DaveCollingwood; 04-05-2018 at 03:20 AM.
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    In at least 10 characters, bump!
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    Beautiful cymbal, Dave. I have a couple general questions:

    1. Do you have an examples of your cymbals with music? I didnít see anything on your YouTube account. Maybe thereís a live recording of someone using your work?

    2. What is a ballpark shipping estimate to the US?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdrummer8 View Post
    Beautiful cymbal, Dave. I have a couple general questions:

    1. Do you have an examples of your cymbals with music? I didn’t see anything on your YouTube account. Maybe there’s a live recording of someone using your work?

    2. What is a ballpark shipping estimate to the US?
    Thanks! There are a few recordings kicking around of folk using my stuff, but nothing specific of each cymbal against music. As things are picking up I'm adding things like that to the "sort it out" list! Actually, thinking about it I've just finished mixing my band's record, I only play 2 of my own 24"s across the whole thing, trouble is it's not released yet and we're not quite ready to share... I'll see if I can dig up some recordings people have sent me.

    Rough shipping cost to the US, usually between $75 - $85, fully tracked & insured.
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    This is now sold. I thought we could now edit the prefix of the thread? Not seeing the option anywhere...
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    This one was particularly awesome. make more like this one!
    Sizzle swings....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveCollingwood View Post
    This is now sold. I thought we could now edit the prefix of the thread? Not seeing the option anywhere...
    You can fix the title of the first post within the thread itself but that change doesn't percolate through to the title seen from outside the thread. Programmers. Feh. Anyway, I've updated it now.

    Mr Tidy.
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    Was this modeled after anything in general? I agree with Blueprint that this was one of my favorites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdrummer8 View Post
    Was this modeled after anything in general? I agree with Blueprint that this was one of my favorites.
    Thanks! No, not trying to emulate anything, although who knows what creeps in subconsciously... I see a lot of different cymbals! It's just a result of my learning to date and the elements I'm introducing to challenge myself to learn more.
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