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  1. SUPREME MODULATOR

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0127frey View Post
    unless over time a cymbal might create its own barrier.
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  2. Too many hobbies

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    For me it all depends on the cymbal. For my crash and splash cymbals, I want them clean, but for my ride, china and bottom Hi-hat, the dirtier the better.

  3. Registered User

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    I can't relate to this because I tend to over clean everything involving my kits. Always polishing something... If I were to see some green starting to show on my cymbals, I'd probably have to take a weeks vacation from work, strip all my drum hardware down and start polishing! Wife thinks I'm nuts... Maybe so!

  4. Dalmi Joedi - Jedi

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    Personally, I like the look of it. I created this with salt water from the Atlantic.

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