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Old 03-17-2019, 05:22 PM
TipsusMagnus TipsusMagnus is offline
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Default A problem, but the good kind

I'm in the position of being able to score one of three rides: a 22" Bosphorus Master ride, a 20" Bosphorus Traditional ride, and a 22" UFIP Experience Collector ride. All of them are used, but in pretty good condition, and are being sold by their owners at around the same price range.

Now, I used to be a lot more active, but I've kind of mellowed over the last few months, and I no longer want to play settings that require me to be super loud. I've heard a few Turkish pies in the flesh, so I kind of know what to expect with the Bosphorus, but what do you guys think of the UFIP? And what do you guys recommend?
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Old 03-17-2019, 10:42 PM
Dave_G Dave_G is offline
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Default Re: A problem, but the good kind

They're all nice cymbals. The UFIP is dark with a nice crash with solid sticking that doesn't get too washy. The ball is dry and dark, so it won't cut too much when you're accenting. There are a few good clips of this ride if you Google it.
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Old 03-18-2019, 04:18 PM
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Default Re: A problem, but the good kind

I just finished watching some clips. The UFIP sounds pretty defined to me. The Bosphorus Traditional too, except it has trashier qualities. Kind of leaning towards the latter right now. Hmm...
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