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Especially if you like to play with your cymbal clamped down, this spring allows the cymbal to move, avoiding unnecessary torque and damage. Slip over the threaded portion of your cymbal stand tilter ... Read More

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Overview

Especially if you like to play with your cymbal clamped down, this spring allows the cymbal to move, avoiding unnecessary torque and damage. Slip over the threaded portion of your cymbal stand tilter top and tighten in place with a pressure screw.

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AquarianCymbal Spring
 
4.8

(based on 12 reviews)

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Great Product !

I have been playing with Aquarian Cymbal Springs for about 6 months now and this product is great. I mostly play rock but with the design of the springs would be great with any...Read complete review

I have been playing with Aquarian Cymbal Springs for about 6 months now and this product is great. I mostly play rock but with the design of the springs would be great with any style play. The springs keep stress off the cymbals and without a doubt increase the life of the cymbals. The best is between the rubber pads, keeps the hole of the cymbal protected. Worth the money!

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Ok

I used the heavy duty spring and it was great at first but the downside is that it only lasted me about 5 months. the heavy duty spring got streched out so even my...Read complete review

I used the heavy duty spring and it was great at first but the downside is that it only lasted me about 5 months. the heavy duty spring got streched out so even my 14" crash flops around like crazy on it. I wish that it didn't strech out so quickly.

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5.0

Guten tool

By El Angelote

from Roswell, NM

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Improves Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Backup
    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Aquarian Cymbal Spring:

    Great tool... enhances sound and sustain, makes long lasting cymbals and great looking.

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    5.0

    sturdy and steady

    By John Morisi

    from New Paltz, NY

    Comments about Aquarian Cymbal Spring:

    ive played drums for 12 years now, and i never bought one of these before. I just recently got my first wuhan china, and heard that they crack really easily (and ive seen them crack too). so i decided id play it safe and spend an extra 10 bucks on something that wont break. And well, this thing is great. I was playin the china on a normal stand before my spring came and it would wobble all over and never stay in the position i would initially put it in. once i set up the spring it became so perfectly sturdy. Id say that having a spring is necessary for anyone who plays a china cymbal and who gets a little picky about cymbal placement. also if you were wondering, it doesnt look stupid on the kit either. i might take a black sharpie to the yellow felts, but thats it.

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    5.0

    great product

    By mark knerem

    from cleveland, ohio

    Comments about Aquarian Cymbal Spring:

    i like the action it gives. nice feel. i havnt experienced it long enough to contest durability. my only complaint really is that the base could be a little deeper for a better grab on the the boom arm. but still works great

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    5.0

    Have worked well for many years

    By Kip Lewis

    from Colorado Springs, CO

    Comments about Aquarian Cymbal Spring:

    I just can't own a cymbal holder without using this item. Standard on my kits for decades. Felt pads and wing nuts are a pain. THIS is the real deal.

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    5.0

    Accept no substitute

    By christian harrington

    from Olympia Washington

    Comments about Aquarian Cymbal Spring:

    I've played drums for 30+ years, I've never broken a single Cymbal in my life of owning my own equipment because I use these on all of my crash/china cymbals. I strongly suggest anyone who is not endorsed and gets free cymbals every other tour to invest the cash for these springs, NOT ONLY WILL THEY SAVE YOUR CYMBALS, they will let them ring and naturally decay, meanwhile the rubber spacers absorb impact.

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    5.0

    Awesome!!

    By Phil Whisenant

    from Morganton, NC

    Comments about Aquarian Cymbal Spring:

    This device will save me so many china type cymbals. I just wished I would have intented it!!!

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    5.0

    i might not play hard enough....

    By Scott

    from Flint, MI

    Comments about Aquarian Cymbal Spring:

    but what i do like is these seem to have opened up the sound of my planet z's quite a bit. what does take some getting used to is the way the cymbals respond to a hard hit. they seem to snap back quicker than with felts.

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    5.0

    Amazing Sound!!!

    By Gray

    from Texas

    Comments about Aquarian Cymbal Spring:

    I wouldn't say that they keep the cymbals stationary? They do the exact opposite! They give a lot of "wobble" to the cymbals, basically what I mean is they expand the sound by giving more vibration, I get a completely new sound just from the elongated sustain. I use them for my splash and crash cymbals, I really love my Zildjian's and was very hesitant to hit them very hard due to them cracking or lessening their "life" span. No more soft playing for me! They do such a great job at securing the cymbal within the holder with RUBBER instead of METAL giving great protection! I don't know what I would do without these!

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    (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    Ok

    By Tony

    from Detroit, MI

    Comments about Aquarian Cymbal Spring:

    I used the heavy duty spring and it was great at first but the downside is that it only lasted me about 5 months. the heavy duty spring got streched out so even my 14" crash flops around like crazy on it. I wish that it didn't strech out so quickly.

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    These are great!

    By Nate

    from Jacksonville, Florida

    Comments about Aquarian Cymbal Spring:

    These things are great. They may throw you off at first because of the response you get. So I recommend you practice with them first. But other than that, you can't beat them! If you play alot of stuff on your crash cymbals, you need these in order to make them last. Plus your cymbals wont droop or tilt to one side, they stay perfectly even and give a really nice professional look to the kit. Try them out!!

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