CATALOGO ZILDJIAN 2012 PDF

This added weight will be particularly attractive to players that are looking for more stick definition and are playing in higher volume situations. Its wire- brushed finish on top gives it clean, articulate stick definition. The buffed unlathed bottom allows the cymbal to open up, giving it plenty of crashability without washing out. Zildjian cymbals are known for their dark, warm sound that harkens back to the original K cymbals developed by Zildjian in 19th Century Turkey. We use elaborate hammering and lathing techniques to work the Zildjian alloy into a versatile cymbal.

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Embed Size px x x x x This added weight will be particularly attractive to players that are looking for more stick definition and are playing in higher volume situations. The 20 Medium Kerope now features a range of 2, - 2, grams, and the 22 Medium Kerope has a range of 2, - 2, grams. Its wire-brushed finish on top gives it clean, articulate stick definition.

The buffed unlathed bottom allows the cymbal to open up, giving it plenty of crashability without washing out. The 20 Renaissance Ride offers a smaller, over-hammered bell, for a sound thats more contained, more integrated with the overall cymbal, and less chimey. A thin, versatile, crash weight between 1,, grams provides clean stick definition and offers drummers the added flexibility of alternating between ride patterns and crashing without overwhelming the stick.

Zildjian cymbals are known for their dark, warm sound that harkens back to the original K cymbals developed by Zildjian in 19th Century Turkey. We use elaborate hammering and lathing techniques to work the Zildjian alloy into a versatile cymbal.

K family cymbals are the choice of drummers from genres as diverse as jazz, country and rock. Armand wanted to take the richness and full-bodied sound of the K Constantinople orchestral cymbals and apply it to jazz rides. Each cymbal is meticulously hand-crafted using a step process that encompasses the best of everything we have learned in over years of cymbal making. Gram weights are hand-written underneath the bell of each cymbal.

K Custom cymbals are based on the darker, dryer sounds of the legendary K line. They have been customized with unique finishes, tonal modifications and manufacturing techniques, such as the combination of K and A style hammering. If you are looking for something different to fill out your sound, look no further than K Custom. A hammering raises the cymbal profile for more stick definition. Lathing Fine pattern of narrow symmetrical grooves stiffen the cymbal and enhance its dry soundFinish Various.

Instantly recognizable by their vented K logo, K cymbals capture the aura of original Ks but with far greater consistency, making them the choice of drummers from genres as diverse as jazz, country and rock. Lathing Traditional wide groove lathingFinish All Traditional. Over the decades, their voice has evolved with the needs of drummers without ever straying from the bright, clean and crisp signature sound that has made A's the ultimate desert island cymbal for players of virtually all genres.

It is A cymbals' versatility and reliability year after year, and generation after generation, that make them an icon in the cymbal world. It is these qualities that has made the sound of A Customs particularly sought after in the studio. Post on Jul 28 views. Category: Documents 2 download. Pictured above.

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Embed Size px x x x x This added weight will be particularly attractive to players that are looking for more stick definition and are playing in higher volume situations. The 20 Medium Kerope now features a range of 2, - 2, grams, and the 22 Medium Kerope has a range of 2, - 2, grams. Its wire-brushed finish on top gives it clean, articulate stick definition. The buffed unlathed bottom allows the cymbal to open up, giving it plenty of crashability without washing out. The 20 Renaissance Ride offers a smaller, over-hammered bell, for a sound thats more contained, more integrated with the overall cymbal, and less chimey.

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