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    If you are planning to buy cymbals online by watching videos, your computer sound system matters quite a bit. If your sound system is not good, the cymbals will sound much different online than when you hear them in person. The cheapest way to get good sound is through headphones. But there many bad headphones out there. With many "mom and pop" music stores closing, it is getting harder to hear good cymbals in person.

    I am lucky because I have been an audiophile almost as long as I have been playing drums. So when I bought cymbals based on online videos, they sounded almost the same in person as they did online. So if you are depending on online videos, sound matters. Borrow good headphones if necessary. Peace and goodwill.
    Mark Wellman - drummer for Jesus; Mapex MPX snare, Mapex Armory Sabre snare, Mapex Saturn bass drum and toms / Sabian AAX, SR2, XS20 / Evans / LA Backbeat

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    Does anyone have a question or a comment? Peace and goodwill.
    Mark Wellman - drummer for Jesus; Mapex MPX snare, Mapex Armory Sabre snare, Mapex Saturn bass drum and toms / Sabian AAX, SR2, XS20 / Evans / LA Backbeat

    Church Drummer's Army

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    I've purchased most of my cymbals on line. Lazy.
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