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UFIP 22" est. 1931 Series Ride Cymbal - 2416g

UFIP 22" est. 1931 Series Ride Cymbal - 2416g

Regular price $374.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $374.00 USD
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A gently used 22" UFIP est. 1931 ride cymbal. Weight is 2416 grams. In very clean condition.

From UFIP:

“After a long process of research and experimentation, in close cooperation with our Artist Federico Paulovich, the new “Est.1931 Series” is here, as a tribute to the year of our company’s foundation. “Est.1931” cymbals are dry, smooth, warm with a traditional sound, but updated to perfectly fit new modern music styles. Crashes are dark, warm, smoky, soft, very low pitched, with a soft response and short sustain. Rides are extremely dry, musical, very controllable with an excellent stick definition, but still crashables. Hi Hats feature a warm chick, dry sound, good response and great control.

  • Cast Bronze B20
  • Cast using the Rotocasting® Procedure, especially designed with a small bell for a perfect control, hand hammered, fine tuning.
  • Dry, smooth, warm, soft sound, with frequencies concentrated in the low range”

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CONDITION: Used - Excellent

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