Cymbal storage - Basic tips

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Storing your cymbals can cause damage and unwanted stress to the cymbals. The following suggestion will save you money! If you can afford one, go to your local music shop and purchase a cymbal case. These are ideal for storage. If you cannot afford this, the best way to store your cymbals is flat on the ground. Leaning cymbals up against a wall is not a good option; this is very bad for the shape of the cymbal. The weight of the cymbal resting on itself will eventually warp the cymbal, changing its’ sound dramatically. Ensure thay are covered to prevent any edge damage and to stop dust and  other objects damaging them.   Finally before storage a clean with a professional cymbal cleaner is ideal..

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