Bonet wrote:Hopedrums is selling a bunch of B-stock clear cymbals on ebay pretty cheap. I got a 18" dual ride and 14" dual crash and a 14" HH single. I use these with a TD-3 and they are great. The B-stock is because they have tiny scratches, from the manufacturing process, believe me the scratches are barely visible.
Bonet wrote:They are the same triggering device just different plastic.
With Pintech TC means single zone and PC means dual zone.
So I figure the Ion can just handle single zone hence TC.
What the difference for the 10" single zone 36.50 for black and 38.00 for the clear?
I have 3 clear ones and really like them. I also have a black one.
mercuryshadow09 wrote:Davidshek use's these and say's they work great.
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Pintech-Tri ... 1138284.gc
Bonet wrote:If you look closely at the crash to the right you can see the long sensor along the edge, below the strike pad. The one on the left is single.
You can also see my daughters "throne" to the right.
Bonet wrote:With Pintech TC means single zone and PC means dual zone.
davidshek wrote:Bonet wrote:With Pintech TC means single zone and PC means dual zone.
This is wrong information. There are several models of the Pintech PC cymbals that are single zone.
TC = Trigger Cymbal
PC = Pintech Cymbal
They're just abbreviations that have nothing to do with the functionality of the cymbal. Two different lines of product, that's all.
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