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    Zildjian K's and an Istanbul Mehmet. The good stuff.

    Zildjian 24" K Light Ride- SOLD

    Zildjian 19" K Dark Thin Crash- SOLD

    Istanbul Mehmet 22" Nostalgia 70's Ride - $220, shipped
    This one is played-in with a little patina, but still in excellent condition. It's is a very clean and lightweight ride that is not too trashy. Great bell and crash. Would make a fantastic one-cymbal-gig cymbal. I would call it a vanilla Turkish cymbal in a perfect weight. 2286g

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    Will there be a sound file on the Mehmet 70's?

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    Photos posted. I shot some videos with my phone. That's the best I can do. I tried it outside this time, but it didn't help with quality. Watch them, but use your imagination too.

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    Huge price drop on the Mehmet. Looking to move it fast.

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    Sooo tempting!!

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    Bump. I have to believe this one isn't moving because the cymbal sounds like a mediocre old A in the video. That's definitely not the case. It is much more delicate than how the video portrays it. It's more like a perfect, light old A that crashes like a dream, but still holds a light stick without getting out of control. I'm going to give it until Friday and then I will have to move it to Reverb.

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