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Old 05-15-2019, 11:56 AM
vyacheslav vyacheslav is offline
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Default Several Pairs of lighter/Jazz style Hi-Hats

Greetings,

I am happy to provide more info or higher resolution photos. I can also provide sound samples if interested. Just PM me with your email address and the pair(s) you are interested in.

All prices listed do not include shipping. All cymbals are in excellent shape.

14" Dream Bliss. Top 794g. Bottom 980g. $100

14" Pasha Italian Made Mediums (very "old A". like)-Top 773g. Bottom 794g. $50

14"Mashup/Combination. Older, Italian Made Medium Top (very "old A." like) 766g. Dream Contact Crash Bottom. 726g. These sound great! The Dream is lighter, but works well on the bottom. $50

14" Sabian SR2. Thin Top 810g (Looks like HHX Hammering). Medium Bottom 1074g (looks like HH Hammering with hammered bell). $75

14" Amici Vintage Series (Not pictured). Top 978g. Bottom 1156g. Hand hammered B20 Alloy made in China, very similar to Dream Bliss series, but heavier. These were distributed by Sigler Music and are no longer available. $75

13" Dream Bliss (Not pictured). Top 784g. Bottom 906g. $90

13" Sabian SR2. (Very) Thin Top 580g (very slight discernible round hammering-maybe AAX?). Medium Bottom 936g (no discernible hammering, maybe an AA?). $75

13" Sabian SR2, Thin Top 698g (Looks like HHX Hammering). Heavy Bottom 1096g (No discernible hammering, maybe an AA?). $75

All these hats sound great and are all on the lighter side for jazz or lighter hats. I'm just thinning out the collection.

Thanks,

V
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Old 05-15-2019, 02:44 PM
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Default Re: Several Pairs of lighter/Jazz style Hi-Hats

Man what a mishmash of pies
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Old 05-15-2019, 11:53 PM
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Man what a mishmash of pies
They certainly are..............but they all got it where it counts.
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Old 05-16-2019, 09:10 PM
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Nice ! My friend is a Dream Bliss artist and his cymbals sound fantastic . Nice deal you have there on those hats .
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