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Old 06-16-2019, 01:21 PM
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Old 06-17-2019, 07:16 AM
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Have you looked into making your new threads sticky?
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Old 06-17-2019, 01:32 PM
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Why don't you put up your 20". That thing was the bomb.
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Old 06-17-2019, 02:03 PM
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Why don't you put up your 20". That thing was the bomb.
Are you talking to jda or me? My son and I have two 20" new stamps, actually newer new stamps, if you are still using that designation. But, I don't recall that you've ever heard either of them. One of them, has a large hole which fits on any stand,, and I believe we discussed how that may have come about.
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Old 06-17-2019, 02:23 PM
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Are you talking to jda or me?
Are you talking to me?

Are you talking to me?


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Old 06-17-2019, 03:19 PM
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Are you talking to me?

https://youtu.be/4e9CkhBb18E
Lol. That was helpful.
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Old 06-18-2019, 01:34 PM
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Nice sounding one. Sometimes under 2000gs New Stamp 20s are entirely all Highs. (man I hate that) They have such a bow/umbrella. I knew that from hearing many under 2kgs New Stamp 20s ----but I went ahead and bought one (recently) and was a major disappoint- (I sold it)

that one doesn't seem to suffer the "under 2000gs" blues

Little bit I hear the highs

It seems once past 2000gs ( yea. I have a 2009g New Stamp 20) The bow flattens and that "all frost" is gone.

Then again all of Elvins 20s were under 2000gs (remember that auction Gurnsey) so it mustn't be all the light ones.

The bow going up- as the weight goes way down (under 2kgs) seems to be a New Stamp 20" thing.
I can only speculate they were hammered "too long" ending up umbrella instead of 'flat".

Doesn't seem to be the case in the other era 20's. Seem under 2 kgs they stayed Flat.. (?+/

But that New New Stamp 20 I had (1848g?) was all highs. I could not get a low note out of it. I mean not a One..

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Old 06-18-2019, 03:27 PM
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Nice sounding one. Sometimes under 2000gs New Stamp 20s are entirely all Highs. (man I hate that) They have such a bow/umbrella. I knew that from hearing many under 2kgs New Stamp 20s ----but I went ahead and bought one (recently) and was a major disappoint- (I sold it)

that one doesn't seem to suffer the "under 2000gs" blues

Little bit I hear the highs

It seems once past 2000gs ( yea. I have a 2009g New Stamp 20) The bow flattens and that "all frost" is gone.

Then again all of Elvins 20s were under 2000gs (remember that auction Gurnsey) so it mustn't be all the light ones.

The bow going up- as the weight goes way down (under 2kgs) seems to be a New Stamp 20" thing.
I can only speculate they were hammered "too long" ending up umbrella instead of 'flat".

Doesn't seem to be the case in the other era 20's. Seem under 2 kgs they stayed Flat.. (?+/

But that New New Stamp 20 I had (1848g?) was all highs. I could not get a low note out of it. I mean not a One..
Our cymbal is a bit brighter than earlier stamps, and the bell is definitely brighter, but its a really nice cymbal.
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Old 06-18-2019, 02:04 PM
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I know most of the time New Stamps are the least expensive but must say they cover modern ok pop music without a note out of place. 60s 70s music (and beyond)

have to be careful with IVs some Interm-----ediates (well they are 60s sound) Type I,II, and III possibly could sound funny backing a Jimi Hendrix Experience tune but New Stamps... ease into the slot where Avedis As lived and were used

and somehow sound better (or equal) ..with less effort (!

New Stamps---live- sound like the A's did ---on records...
ya with me on that one?

Less effort (less noise) quieter; can play a New Stamp hard without it being disruptive; you play (live) an A that hard and it gets obnoxious. It's New Stamp for the rock classic rock Big Brother and the Holding Company win (@!

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Old 06-18-2019, 02:19 PM
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Excuse me while I Ki ss the sky New Stamp sound: JDA style


in a club it's quieter (with NS Ks)

Or very much sound easy w/ New Stamp


mid late 60s earliest of 70s

This is what New Stamps work perfect- You get that A sound with less effort; there's almost no difference; from old As under the above circumstance's

War, Santana, the 69 Woodstock bands, all right up the New Stamp alley
is how I see them incredible perfect feeling A. Zildjians you could never find even if you tried ..in a's..lol.
I mean they are the perfect (fast ..get it done) substitute. Muted darker A's (that were never made)

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