Warranty Statement Every PAISTE cymbal is guaranteed against defects in material or workmanship for two (2) year from the original date of purchase. If PAISTE’s specialists determine through inspection that the instrument does not show indications of abuse or neglect and the defect is a result of a manufacturing or material discrepancy, PAISTE’s Limited Warranty Policy will apply and we will of course replace the instrument.
For warranty claims outside the United States, contact your local PAISTE distributor (can be found on our website) or contact the PAISTE headquarters in Switzerland for more information. Dents are obvious signs of overplaying and/or improper sticks selection.
It should also be mentioned that these are also often referred to as Stamp III because of the big K.
In fact, that might even be more common than calling it IIb.
A Zildjian Stamp Timeline Chinese Cymbals G Zildjian Cymbal Mystery Italian (UFIP) Cymbals K Zildjian - Canada & US Timeline K Zildjian - Constantinople Timeline K Zildjian - Istanbul Timeline Stamp Anomalies (new) This website offers information about the age of cymbals based on the “stamps” found on them.
The engraved stamp cannot be erased because it is in the metal.
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The first Paiste cymbals were produced in 1906 by Estonian musician Michail Toomas Paiste in his instrument repair shop in Saint Petersburg, Russia, to customer orders.
Toomas had served in the Czarist Guard, and retired in 1901 to open a music publishing business and music shop.