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This company make some of the best cymbals in the world, period! Owen's entire collection is Amedia! "Istanbul, Turkey and when we say they are hand made we mean they are HANDMADE - unlike the mass produced cymbals of our competitors. Amedia cymbals guarantee that every cymbal they produce is individual to you and it is this human element throughout the whole manufacturing process that makes our cymbals stand out from the crowd, with the highest standards of quality maintained, at each and every single step. No matter whether you're new to the kit or you're a working professional, with our ever increasing family of players already using Amedia cymbals, around the world and the vast array of models to choose from, we know we have the right cymbals for you."
Daisy Rock Guitars
Combining a lifelong passion for making music with a desire to “level the playing field” for dedicated female guitarists and bassists of all ages, Tish Ciravolo founded Daisy Rock Girl Guitars in 2000. Ciravolo’s dream that “every girl who wants to play guitar is welcomed and inspired to do so” is centered on the love she has for her two daughters, Nicole and Sophia. In a sense, Ciravolo’s daughter Nicole is the true visionary behind Daisy Rock. When Nicole was a year and a half old, she drew a picture of a daisy, and Tish was inspired to draw a neck on it. “I was enjoying her being a child, not like so many other days when it feels like you are just trying to keep up,” Ciravolo said. “She drew a daisy, I turned it into a guitar, and my motherly, protective, musician self decided, in that frozen moment, to create a better experience for her in the music industry. Maybe one day she could walk into a music store and feel like she was welcome to be part of this ‘club,’ this culture, this awesome community of guitarists—regardless of gender. A community that I never felt welcomed into while being a musician in the ‘80s and ‘90s. This was my chance—my duty—to change the culture and provide her and all girls with a better, more inviting experience.”