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Bosphorus Turk Ride 21"
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Ride Cymbal from Bosphorus belonging to the Turk series.

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  • Archi-loqueArchi-loque

    Bosphorus Turk Ride 21"Published on 01/16/09 at 01:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this cymbal for 2 years. It is not running, it is still raw on both sides, but it is polished, which gives it a soft touch. It is obviously manufactured by hand in Turkey.
    The copy I have is an Original Ride 2330g (weight is indicated by the bell) is the type most Lger, the cymbal is very thin, which makes contrlable wish and can play in the crash.
    The sound is pretty serious, rich, dark, omnipresent but not take over the rest of the drumkit. The sound of cymbals diverged usual, much darker and less clean.

    For the report qualitprix is ​​correct, I bought 285, the price of a K Custom 20 "in Germany, but the quality is l.

    It's a cymbal particulire enough, both the sound of aes…
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    I use this cymbal for 2 years. It is not running, it is still raw on both sides, but it is polished, which gives it a soft touch. It is obviously manufactured by hand in Turkey.
    The copy I have is an Original Ride 2330g (weight is indicated by the bell) is the type most Lger, the cymbal is very thin, which makes contrlable wish and can play in the crash.
    The sound is pretty serious, rich, dark, omnipresent but not take over the rest of the drumkit. The sound of cymbals diverged usual, much darker and less clean.

    For the report qualitprix is ​​correct, I bought 285, the price of a K Custom 20 "in Germany, but the quality is l.

    It's a cymbal particulire enough, both the sound of aesthetics and is not versatile. For the metal or rock, etc.. this is not ideal, but for jazz or music more noisy, it's excellent.

    They can listen to this site (as well as Istanbul, Paiste, Sabian ...):
    http://www.cymbalsonly.com/
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