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  • Blacksmith
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    Thanks guys. I will not be buying the springs. Sounds as if the Yammies have some play in them. Hell, anything is more than a pd-7. They are nice on the Harts , though. You can whack those puppies.

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    Black

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  • sepdrums
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    I have noticed that if you hit your cymbal hard enough they allow it to rebound and bounce around...causing double triggers... but then again you really have to bash them. I use them on some ecymbals and also find them a pain to connect to some cymbal arms... But I think they help the feel of a plain old plastic cymbal...

    Erik

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  • dystopic
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    The springs seem like a good idea, but from "real" cymbals, I have heard the they tend to crack the cymbals. I'm not to sure if the added stress would be good for electronics. Plus, As Feefer put, can cause retriggering...Just my 2 cents...

    Later,

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  • Blacksmith
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    Aquarian springs

    Anyone using Yamaha cymbals w/ Aquarian springs? I have used the Hart cymbals pads and really like the effect the springs produced. Anything I may need to be aware of to use these with Yamaha cymbals? Thanks!
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