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Old 2007-06-14, 07:08
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Do you mount your China inverted...

...or like a normal crash?

Why do some drummers have a couple of Chinas mounting one inverted and the other standard?

I have 2 and they are both inverted, but when I mount them like a normal crash, they sound the same to me. It just seems like the cymbal is more durable upside down.
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Old 2007-06-14, 17:44
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I have one 18 inch that I keep inverted.
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Old 2007-06-14, 20:27
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Yeah it is way more durable when you have it inverted. If not, the lip is a lot more likely to crack. I always hit my chinas along the curve, never on the outer edge. I find it makes them last longer.
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