Can't speak for the OP, but I do it occasionally for two reasons.I still stuck on the sanding part. Why is this done again?
1. I'm assuming that you sanded them to clean them? Like everybody else, I'm curious as to why and how you did it. Did you just take sandpaper 'round and 'round? There's nothing wrong with what you did, we're just curious.Just got through sanding a bunch of my cymbals, and now I need some sort of sealer to keep the shine. Any suggestions?
John! I'm surprised in you. Where's you spirit of adventure? Going where no man has gone before? Going west? (Just ribbing you, JP)Someone is seriously going to try this BS.
You will get what you deserve when you do.
I see now what you are up to. That's a quite good result - especially if you like glossy cymbals. Carry on.Here's a pair of hats, a crash ride, and a ride I did a while ago just to see what would result.
They were real cheap, and didn't look that bad to start with. None of them sounded good though.
The hats sounded better afterwards, the ride sounded different (not really better) and the crash ride sounded worse.