#2
Did you do that yourself?! Sounds really good, wouldn't mind having 5 different sounding ones for my kit
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#3
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Did you do that yourself?! Sounds really good, wouldn't mind having 5 different sounding ones for my kit


That would be cool. You would have to find 5 different cracked cymbals though I guess. I wouldn't have enough stands for it anyway. Here it is in situ:



I know the latest trend is to have it on top of your ride and use it instead of the bell but I like the sound of my ride bell.
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#4
I love that. Whenever I get my new cymbal, I'm doing this with the old one. I know a place downtown that does this stuff.
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#6
I did this with an old Zildjian Avedis crash or something I think. Might do it with my broken ZHT crash if it doesn't make a decent splash (which I don't think it will).

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How did you do that?

When I did it I:
  • Drew a perfect circle on the cymbal.
  • Roughly cut it with an angle grinder.
  • Screwed two piece of wood together through the centre hole, with the screw sticking up.
  • Tightened the screw into the chuck in my pillar drill.
  • Filed the outside as it spun, essentially using the pillar drill as a slow, upright lathe.
#7
Quote by whoomit
I did this with an old Zildjian Avedis crash or something I think. Might do it with my broken ZHT crash if it doesn't make a decent splash (which I don't think it will).


When I did it I:
  • Drew a perfect circle on the cymbal.
  • Roughly cut it with an angle grinder.
  • Screwed two piece of wood together through the centre hole, with the screw sticking up.
  • Tightened the screw into the chuck in my pillar drill.
  • Filed the outside as it spun, essentially using the pillar drill as a slow, upright lathe.


first 2 is what I basically did, except I used the hammering marks as a reference. The rest sounds probably a much better idea than what I did lol.
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