Ho my god, I hesitated so much between them and the Foundry Reserve!! I went for the Meinl just because I found a good price...I don't regret if though but you made me thinking to buy them!!!
Very good looking, if you want, what is your solution to remove fingerprints?The Zildjian K EFX arrived yesterday. It was in excellent condition for a used cymbal. Saved me $125 and all I had to do was remove some fingerprints.
I have to say; I like this cymbal a lot more than I thought I was going to. Nice and trashy sounding but a little bit sweet too. Incredibly long decay which surprised me.
It's a keeper!
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I have one of those 18k dark med thin also and like it a lot.
Thanks! I wet down my cymbals and spritz them with a little Groove Juice. The diluted cleaner does the job and doesn't hurt the logos as long as I don't spray them directly and let it sit.Very good looking, if you want, what is your solution to remove fingerprints?
It’s a great cymbal- size, shape, tone, bell, openness, and sustain are all outstanding. This is probably going to end up being the “go-to” crash. And I am even getting used to the great big K. But I must say that the Zildjian 18” A thin crash sounds similar in many ways, although brighter with longer sustain and slightly higher pitched. Overall the K seems slightly more “refined”.I have one of those 18k dark med thin also and like it a lot.