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Thread: ReZo ride-able?

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    Default ReZo ride-able?

    Do you reckon the 20" ReZo crash is rideable? (defined ping, cutting bell etc..?)
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    Check it out!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQBxW10b1jY


    It's washier than I would want in any ride, but it's all preference I suppose.

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    i wouldnt use it as a ride. but thats just me.
    i would use it as a crash when im wash riding.
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    In my personal experience, no. Crashes are a lot thinner than rides so you don't really get a clear ping, if that's what you're looking for. If you want a washier ride, it'd probably work a bit better.
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    if you want a washier ride i recommend a 21" zildjian A sweet ride or a 22" paiste twenty light ride.
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    thanks guys. I had a listen and yeah, its a bit too washy for my taste. I was just curious to see if would be possible to use as a ride, because I'm looking for a new one.
    I'd like a ride that has a reasonable amount of ping and a decent crash.

    Whats are the K and K Custom rides like?
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    is you want a K line.
    the ones i like are the 20in K heavy rides and the k custom session rides.
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    20'' and 22'' k rides have great ping with a nice wash making it crashable as well... if ping isn't so important try the k light rides

    k custom dark ride, and k dark medium rides are great too

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    I have an A custom 19" MEDIUM crash. Its great, very nice ride with around 40/60 stick/wash ratio. Great bell too, I used it as my main ride for a while when I was between rides. Great versatility.

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