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Zildjian K Custom Dry Complex Ride II 22"
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Ride Cymbal from Zildjian belonging to the K Custom series.

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    Zildjian K Custom Dry Complex Ride II 22"Published on 12/23/10 at 21:42
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    here, as its name suggests, a curious creature who, despite his size and his wild look, is very delicate and subtle, in fact, the crash is the darkest and bell unplayable but the definition of ping is beautiful, it must still use chopsticks rather large I tried vick firth 5A and VF SD10 steve gadd well as with the SD10 I love the positive side it does not hurt the ear and delight the guitarist or bassist who plays close to her
    On the negative side you have to play with an h / h and crashes not see too powerful to balance the overhead position just above
    It is obviously that this cymbal will not go anywhere (so it adds to my range) but it is a pleasure to do "drive." Just look at Mr. Bill …
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    here, as its name suggests, a curious creature who, despite his size and his wild look, is very delicate and subtle, in fact, the crash is the darkest and bell unplayable but the definition of ping is beautiful, it must still use chopsticks rather large I tried vick firth 5A and VF SD10 steve gadd well as with the SD10 I love the positive side it does not hurt the ear and delight the guitarist or bassist who plays close to her
    On the negative side you have to play with an h / h and crashes not see too powerful to balance the overhead position just above
    It is obviously that this cymbal will not go anywhere (so it adds to my range) but it is a pleasure to do "drive." Just look at Mr. Bill Stewart play to understand how to tame the beast &% &%&%&%





    "Complex" it suits him well
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