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Ideal for metal, rock, punk, grunge, and many other styles of music.
Pangs are similar to Chinas but have a more mellow, atmospheric, and eerie sound.
This cymbal was bought a while back and remained unplayed in its owner's collection and sounds twice as good as any previous model of ZBT 16'' crash I've ever played.
This rare cymbal is labeled as a medium but at just 1100gms, it is really a thin crash.
It has plenty of volume with a long decay and will work very well in louder musical styles like rock, metal, punk, and similar styles.
Warm and bright and medium-thin, with a great 70s vintage-sounding explosion.
As a sizzly and exciting ride, it suits blues, soul, funk, and similar styles.
This full-bodied and explosive 18in crash has a big, loud and exciting character.
4 affordable, musical-sounding rides to suit various levels of skill, taste, and budget.
This rare gem is very sensitive at low volumes and opens up magnificently when you apply a little more pressure.
These unique and amazing weapons have a strong, musical ping.
AMIRs are made of B8 (Paiste 2002 alloy) and this gives them a different character.
The ping is clear and exceptional, with a bright, musical, 3-dimensional, sizzling stick sound.
Dry, Beautiful Ping with an Outstanding Bell
These English-made hi-hats sound similar to vintage Zildjian As and are much rarer!
Combining the response of a thin model with the increased power of a medium weight, this is a highly versatile and effective crash for any drummer.
Dark, and trashy, paper thin, with large bell.