- cym·bal (s m b l). n. A percussion instrument consisting of a concave brass plate that makes a loud clashing tone when hit with a drumstick or when used in pairs.
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- By Liza Eckert Thursday, August 25, 2011 New Jersey's Cymbals Eat Guitars are gearing up to release the follow-up to their 2009 breakout debut “Why There Are Mountains.
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- Imagine a more serious Pavement that flirts with punk oblivion and you start to sketch out the Cymbals Eat Guitars sound.
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- By Jim Testa/For The Star-Ledger From left: Brian Hamilton, Matt Miller (on drums), Joseph D'Agostino and Matt Whipple of Cymbals Eat Guitars play at the Saint in Asbury Park on Monday.
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- One of the more precious gems that came to me via Pitchfork was Cymbals Eat Guitars. In 2009, following the release of their debut, Why There Are Mountains, I noticed Cymbals getting a lot of attention on Pitchfork and gave them a listen.
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- The genuine cymbal manufacturer in the United States of Turkish Cymbals since 1623.
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- Cymbals are a common percussion instrument.
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- First company to produce more than one class of cymbal quality. 1949. First use of Chinese style cymbals for drum-set.
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