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Old 11-03-2009, 12:07 PM
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Re: Crashable Rides


Does, the Alpha groove ride chrash nicely? Im looking for crashable rides and I mean I found the Zildjian sweet ride and i looks an sounds gr8 but i dont know how long it will last.
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Old 11-03-2009, 01:34 PM
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Re: Crashable Rides


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Does, the Alpha groove ride chrash nicely? Im looking for crashable rides and I mean I found the Zildjian sweet ride and i looks an sounds gr8 but i dont know how long it will last.
I personally can't vouch for the crashability of the Paiste, but I own the Avedis Sweet Ride and its a pretty tuff customer. For all around sound, look no further. (imho)
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Old 11-03-2009, 02:22 PM
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Re: Crashable Rides


I use the new alpha line, is the groove ride a good crashable ride?
Or should I try a crash/ride or perhaps a better quality cymbal range?
2002's look quite good, as do the a zildjians/a customs and the aax from sabian. Also does anyone know anything about Istanbul's traditional range?
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Old 11-04-2009, 04:44 AM
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Re: Crashable Rides


I would assume the groove ride is designed for everything but crashing. I've tried the alpha standard "20 and it sounds pretty good to me.

The new metal and hard rock models are just too harsh for my ears. I prefer something with some dynamics.
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Old 11-05-2009, 04:06 PM
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Re: Crashable Rides


has it cracked yet? How many have you had?,or is it the first one?
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Old 11-05-2009, 04:09 PM
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Re: Crashable Rides


It hasn't cracked, it's the first one but i want something different...
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Re: Crashable Rides


Oh, the riding is only good if you like a bright washy tone.
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Re: Crashable Rides


I agree with the recommend for the Sabian AA. I bought a sabian AA med. heavy ride (might be just a med. ?) and it was exactly what i needed for an all-around ride cymbal sound. As an added bonus it is also working as a crash, though more of a darker sound and i don't use it too often for that. However none of the other rides I have owned would work as crashes at all.
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Re: Crashable Rides


20" sabian rock crash makes a good light ride,,,,,,,good for VH wash...
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Re: Crashable Rides


I have a Zildjian K 18" Crash Ride that works well for rock/blues. Oh it's 3 months old and for sale or trade..looking for a nice 20" Zildjian Light Flat Ride....
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