They made one offs without rivets too.I was just drooling over this K con swish sound lab
My main ride at 1 pm, the groove ide 21", is the most polyvalent ride I could find, a killer and loud bell, crashable for sure and Nice wash too, they had 3 in the stores in my town and I was able to listen to all for them before choosing it...Then I have my ping ride, AAX RBDR 21" and the wash ride, Zildjian A Custom sweet ride...and the left side ride is either a Sabian artisan light ride 20 or a Meinl Foundry reserve ride 20"...If I want to have both on the kit, I keep the foundry reserve on the left and use the Artisan on the right, more for a big loud crash.My right side ride is always the main ride. It's always the bigger one.
The left side ride is always the one that I consider to be "the crash" of the two. It's usually higher pitched (but not always) and usually dryer than the main ride. Its primary purpose in my mind is to be the primary crash, but I always choose one that has a good ride tone as well.
I'm very excited because although I sold all my drum gear in 2020 after a two year drum drought, next week I'm buying a new small set of drums and cymbals. For now, I'll have JUST the right side crashable ride (21" HHX Groove Ride), a left side rideable crash (18" HHX Complex Crash) and some 15" HHX Groove Hats that I'm stoked for.
Funny, I do the same, my A custom 23 is super close to the Sabian RBDR 21 and just on top a bit so, I could do ride pattern alternating between both and the bells are both reachable!!! Sabian at 2 pm and Zildjian at 2h30 pm?? Something like that.Right side- 22" 60s A, 20" late 50s A (I like these close to each other because they work well together, ride patterns using both make me smile)
Left side- 17" 90s A Custom rock crash, mystery 14" crash/splash (actually a really thin old cheap high hat cymbal).
Center- 10" 90s A Custom splash
Pretty basic stuff, but it works for me.