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Bosphorus Cymbals Antique Series Thin Crash Cymbal
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This thin Bosphorus crash from the Antique Series offers fast crashes with a slightly mellowed sustain due to the banded lathing on the top side. It ...Read More
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Brilliance of a classic, lathed cymbal and the dryness of a raw, unlathed cymbal.
This thin Bosphorus crash from the Antique Series offers fast crashes with a slightly mellowed sustain due to the banded lathing on the top side. It features two surfaces—lathed and unlathed. It produce a slightly mellowed tone with quick decay. Artists willing to experiment will love the many textures available from the crash's varied playing surfaces.
The Antique Series marries the two lathing patterns found on the Traditional Series and the Turk Series. These cymbals offer the brilliance of a classic, lathed cymbal and the dryness of a raw, unlathed cymbal. The top side of this crash cymbal features an unlathed bell and a narrow strip of unlathed cymbal approximately half way between the bell and the edge. The bottom side of the cymbal is completely lathed.
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The crash and The rides can make you work for the sound you want to hear.
Purchased it, Love it. I call these type cymbals, "Big Boy" cymbals. Purchased the 20 and 22 ride as well. Love them all, signed by the guys who made them, you can see they were "Hand Made".
Not inexpensive, but serious cymbals...Great sound and just the correct amount of decay..
High not defects
Not cheap, what I really mean is Not Inexpensive... Kind of collector items, not what you will see every weekend.
This has a great mixture of sounds. Mellow crash but enought to ride softley and great bell. It is great sor a small jazz setting. You could get away with using it as a guit ride and mello crask. Great for jazz or blues. Perfect for what i like probably not a great heavy rock very thin but in the right setting alot of charcter even on different parts of the surface because of the lathing differencesGreat choice Earle from nova scotia