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  1. Gongtopia

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    Quote Originally Posted by dale w miller View Post
    Perhaps I misunderstood him.
    Perhaps you did. Masters are not Twentys, although each is made from a Turkish B20 alloy, they are different cymbals made with a different concept in mind.

    My analogy went something like this: 2002s and PST7s are both made from B8 bronze, but the concept behind each line is different.

    That is all…

  2. Gongtopia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gord The Drummer View Post
    I think he was saying the concept was the same. The Twenty's were cast/shaped by a 3rd party and finished by Paiste. The Master's are cast/shaped by a 3rd party and finished by Paiste. The cymbals are different, but the production method would be the same.
    Not exactly (see my previous post)…

  3. I play with myself.

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    My current set up. All Rudes. Love them!
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    Pearl - Paiste - Aquarian - Trick Pedals - Pro Mark - Gibraltar - Tama Throne

  4. A Passion Play ...

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    Sweet setup Ryan. Looks like so much fun to play.
    Eric G : Pearl,pAiSTe,Remo,Vic Firth,SKB,Roc n Soc,Roland V-Drums. Icon 501. Masters MCX Chestnut Fade
    22"x18",10"x8",12"x9",16"x16". Ian Paice Snare. Why not ...

  5. Paiste-oholic

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    Looks sweet, Ryan. What are the RUDE specs?

  6. I play with myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stranjluv101 View Post
    Looks sweet, Ryan. What are the RUDE specs?

    22" Power Ride
    18" Thin crash
    18" China
    18" Basher (love this one)
    17" Thin crash
    16" Wild china
    14" Blast china
    14" Sound Edge hats
    12" Shred bell
    10" Splash
    8" Splash

    I am on the lookout for a Rude 12" splash, but nothing as of late has came up. That would complete my set up perfectly. I am still not sure about the shred bell. Going to try stacking it once I find another 10" splash to pair up with it or a 12" splash to try some aux hats. I would love a few prototypes if possible. Like these Rude mini chinas seen lately. I would also enjoy seeing a Rude thin china, something a bit more trashy with more give. I have a 2002 16" thin china that just sounds so nice.
    Pearl - Paiste - Aquarian - Trick Pedals - Pro Mark - Gibraltar - Tama Throne

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    Very sweet RUDE set up my friend. I see you've said you love the 18" Basher. Can you tell me a little more about it? How does it differ from say an 18" RUDE thin crash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drummeral View Post
    Very sweet RUDE set up my friend. I see you've said you love the 18" Basher. Can you tell me a little more about it? How does it differ from say an 18" RUDE thin crash?
    It is actually lighter IMO, much brighter and sharp. It is almost like an extra thin, but not exactly. The edges are thinner, but towards the bell it is thicker. I have the 18 thin and 18 basher as my 2 main crashes, and you can easily hear the diff. I love it.
    Pearl - Paiste - Aquarian - Trick Pedals - Pro Mark - Gibraltar - Tama Throne

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