BOSPHORUS 22 STANTON MOORE SERIES WIDE RIDE CYMBAL

July 22, 2019 posted by

Get to Know Us. Customers also shopped for. You may not vote on this poll. Some products discussed here may not be available outside the USA. I like them both alot and would be happy with either, although your arguments may have swayed me Paz – I appreciate your comments, and I can understand your recommendations quite a bit. Item is in your Cart. Individual models respond to virtually all dynamic levels. Which one fits your description better?

And for goodness sake, maybe bring back the “Everything Bosphorus” back from the grave. The blows are so deep that the edge has been pushed into a wave. Bosphorus worked for two years with Stanton on the development of his signature series cymbals. Cons The Pang Thang and Trash Crash require more man-hours to produce and this makes them more expensive propositions. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Please try again later. The time now is

This is a seriously difficult decision Loading recommendations for this item I play funk, alternative, and rock The results capture the funky, earthy quality of Stanton’s trademark sound. Both of those rides are beautiful, and of the two I think that the Stanton Moore can’t be beat, but if you try and get them at a dynamic above mezzo-forte you’re going to max out the cymbal. There is warmth present – as you’d expect from a pair of hand-made B20 cymbals – but it sits beneath a bright sheen.

Please try again later. I did listen to all the rides, and I thought I’d picked out my favorite of the bunch with the g, but you’re right, the g does sound kind of nice as well. Our Verdict Stanton Moore and Bosphorus spent two years working on these cymbals before their initial launch, and it shows.

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With the exception of the Trash Crash, the cymbals are relatively normal in appearance. He’ll certainly be able to help you. Have you listen to all soundfiles of the Wide Rides? Feedback If you are a seller for this widde, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?

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Bosphorus Stanton Moore Cymbals review

See and discover other items: East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Image 1 of 2 Stick sound is beautiful, a clean metallic ping against a near-perfect shimmer of wash.

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Bosphorus Stanton Moore 22″ Wide Ride vs. Bosphorus Turk Thin 21″

Upping the velocity, the top end begins to assert itself, giving the hats great projection. He has top-notch customer service. Also, it should be able to be used un-miced in medium sized venues, and not have the ping washed out at higher volumes. Plus, I love Stanton Moore’s drumming, and he’s done everything from funk to metal Corrosion of Conformity, believe it or not. The hi-hats, rides and Smash Crashes are great value.

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Bosphorus Stanton Moore Wide Ride

Bosphorus Stanton Moore 22″ Wide Ride vs. At the moment, I mostly want a really nice, complex cymbal that is primarily great at low and medium volumes. I realize that these cymbals bosphors almost certainly have to mic-ed for a larger than medium venue, and thats okay For me, I like the Wide Ride better. Which one fits your description better?

Bosphorus Stanton Moore Wide 22″ Ride Cymbal

Again the sound is rooted in warm tones, but the warmth is part of a brighter overall bosphprus. Customers also shopped for. The stick sound is utterly beautiful – a clean metallic ping against a near-perfect shimmer of wash. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.

The Goove Series wide bosphous cymbal has great warmth, but plenty of stick definition. Thanks for the reply hyperkid. It is masculine, yet well balanced. It’s seeies good as a weird ride, supplying a recognisable stick sound above discordant pockets of wash. Now recognised as a leading contemporary second line drummer, his CV details an astonishing variety of gigs, from marching bands to heavy metal.

So based on the recommendations in this thread, as well as from Tony at cymbalsonly.

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