VIDEO! Light CRISP 1960s Vintage Zildjian EARLY New Beat 14” Hihats 970 1312 g

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  • Damn!!! New, NEW Beats are OVER FOUR HUNDRED DOLLARS NOW!  For the redesigned ones trying to imitate what these Vintage ones do effortlessly!

  • And this particular pair is is CRISP sounding with a light complexity. And they’re from the FIRST FEW YEARS OF PRODUCTION. 
  • CLASSIC pair of clean-sounding articulate, a pinch dry VINTAGE 1960s EARLY Zildjian New Beat 14” Hihats in fantastic shape!

  • The most recorded Hihats in history. 

  • And as far as 1960s New Beats go, this pair is a bit more crisp with a light liveliness.  

  • 970 Top Cymbal, and a 1312 gram Bottom Cymbal.  These 14s” espouse the tone-honored New Beat philosophy of a thin top cymbal coupled with a heavier bottom cymbal to supply plenty of CHICK tone!

  • And that they do!! Crisp, tight, light, clean, and articulate sticking that is focused - compliments of that 5 -decade old patina. These beauties are drier and more tight and clean sounding than the $410 new ones - these beauties have aged and focused up beautifully.

  • Incredible for recording! Plenty of cutting ability for live situations - especially with this pair. 

  • There’s a reason everyone wants Vintage New Beats!  They just do!

  • No issues. The awesome golden patina that focuses them. 

  • Real Deal EARLY New Beats from the 1960s with a fantastic articulation! 

  • Don’t spend more for less….

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