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    3 'Thin & Trashy' Collingwood Rides.

    All brand new, hand-hammered and lathed by myself (Collingwood Cymbals) in Bristol, UK, using Turkish B20 bronze blanks.

    Videos show each played with 7A Wood, 5A Wood, 5B Nylon & SD12 Mallets. Some funky surface treatment going on again!



    23", 2271g. 230 ($310, 260)





    22", 2068g. 210 ($285, 240)





    22", 1958g. 210 ($285, 240)

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    22" 1958g gone.
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    All great cymbals. Fantastic stick definition for the crashability/low eight. They all look rather high/umbreall-shaped? You're on to something here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seb View Post
    All great cymbals. Fantastic stick definition for the crashability/low eight. They all look rather high/umbreall-shaped? You're on to something here!
    Yes, all heavily hammered, lathed, hammered, lathed etc. Working on thin blanks is a great way to learn. Not the only way, but forces me into some corners which I have to figure out how to navigate! Just ordered some heavier blanks so let's see what happens.
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    Movin' on in for a bump
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