That first 22 has unequal weight distribution, see how fast it returnes to the same spot as Paul turns it...
really they sound nice. But no nicer to my ear than alot of other cymbals being made.
I like Paul Franicis in general ,
i think he is more than worthy of the quest they uploaded on him
but is he yet there ?
In many ways yes, as they make real good cymbals, thats for sure
I am still on hold and need to trie a whole bunch in person of those Kerope`s
I'm sure the Keropes are great cymbals. But companies know they have to come out with something new that will redeem our musicianship. They'll sell a bunch of these Keropes. And, later this year, I expect to see many for sale on Cymbalholic.
Not sure about your question but I have a 22" K Custom Dark that does that and it's a great pie.Interesting! If a cymbal returns to a certain playing position, does that mean the weight distribution is uneven? How would the sound compare to an evenly weighted cymbal?