As a drummer for over 40 years, I've always dreaded having to clean and polish my cymbals, especially when I have more than a few. Then going pro later in life, my tech has that responsibility. I used to hate seeing his finger prints all over them as well as mine from squelching the cymbal. To get to the point, I wish I would of thought of this product. It's a great idea turned into a reality. Cymbal Sox is the answer to my dilemma . You polish your cymbals and you have these nice, smooth, strong,and light weight covers for them, protecting them from finger prints, smudges, and most of all tarnish, that dull film that eventually gets on them. Cover them on your kit when you're not using them and when your taking them to a gig. Cymbal Sox, "A dream come true."
So if you're a drummer and you care about your gear, and you hate polishing all the time, this is the way to go! Check it out see for yourself.

Audie Desbrow - Drummer, Great White, http://www.officialgreatwhite.com/

As a studio owner and engineer at Vibewest studios, I find the Cymbal Sox is a great Idea for a studio situation, between session's, I can keep my studio kit cymbals clean, and sounding good with clarity through my studio mic's to get the best quality sound when recording. And the less time spent cleaning and polishing cymbals between sessions, Hats off to Cymbal Sox, what a great Idea for all drummers in all situations!

Kasey Kline - Owner/Engineer Vibe West Studios, https://www.facebook.com/Vibeweststudios/info?tab=overview

I have made a career out of playing keyboards in the music industry for over 35 years, and have had the privilege of working with a lot of great drummers (Cory Evans included).  I have also seen, and heard a lot of those drummers cymbals that could have sounded and looked a lot better. I believe that cymbal sox is the answer for all you drummers out there who want to protect your investment and, keep your cymbals sounding the same as the day you put your hard earned money into them. Great product !!!

Dale Wallace - Keyboardist, Emerson Drive, http://www.emersondrive.com/#!dale-wallace/c1uzm