Crafted to the same manufacturing standards as Zildjian Cymbals and guaranteed straight. 7A Natural - Slim profile for light touch and great articulation. Wood or nylon tip 6A Natural - Round bead and extremely centered balance. Wood or nylon Tip Jazz Natural - Small teardrop bead for a range of refined cymbal sounds. Wood or nylon tip. 5A Natural - Our most popular model. Full-size oval tip produces full tone. Wood or nylon tip. Absolute Rock - Dual butt-end for More Info »
Fixed Wire Brush Discontinued Zildjian's fixed wire brush features a standard sized wire spread, comfortable handle and a steel button on the butt-end for cymbal scrapes and effects. Solid feel and a longer handle. Professional Wire Brush Retractable Position the wires on Zildjian's retractable brushes all the way out for a quieter, more traditional brush sound, or pull them in incrementally for added volume and articulation. Comfortable handle. Bent Bristle Brush Discontinued Designed with Russ Miller to produce innovative sounds. More Info »
The versatile Zildjian K Custom Dark Crash Cymbal puts out warm, rich sound that cuts through and sings out. Art Blakey, Elvin Jones, Tony Williams, and scores more musical movers have sworn by the deep, dry, shimmering K sound developed in 19th century Turkey. Unique crash with dry, trashy overtones. Fast response with very quick decay. Speaks quickly, then dies. Very dark and full-bodied. The K Custom cymbals are specially designed to provide more volume and cut with a quicker More Info »
The Marc Quiñones Salsa Timbale Sticks from the Zildjian Artist Series are Marc's original DIP model, great for Latin and World percussion. U.S. Select Hickory.
The Marc Quiñones Rock Timbale Sticks from the Zildjian Artist Series are designed for heavier, louder playing applications. Thicker than Marc's Salsa timbale stick, with a red DIP handle for maximum grip. U. S. Select Hickory.
Applicable for any style of music, Zildjian's A Custom Ride Cymbal enables you to articulate stick sound with a balanced wash. Cutting bell tone. Brilliant finish. A Customs are made using radical rotary hammering techniques, thin weights, and a striking, brilliant finish for crisp, sweet, sophisticated sound.
The Zildjian A Custom Fast Crash has a short decay, nice high-end pitch and quick response. Developed with the assistance of Vinnie Colaiuta, A Customs are made using radical rotary hammering techniques; thin weights; and a striking, brilliant finish for crisp, sweet, sophisticated sound.
Soft, delicate, and subtle without being mushy. Unique, ultra warm, and dark sound, ideal for acoustic jazz and studio work. Though the "chick" sound is very dry and warm, it is full-bodied with plenty of presence. Developed in conjunction with the maestro, Elvin Jones.
The Zildjian K Custom Dark Ride Cymbal has excellent stick definition with full, dry stick sound; dark, warm undertones; and trashy accents. The K Custom cymbals are specially designed to provide more volume and cut with a quicker attack and decay than traditional K Zildjians.
Art Blakey, Elvin Jones, Tony Williams, and scores more musical movers have sworn by the deep, dry, shimmering sound of Zildjian's K Cymbals developed in 19th century Turkey. The Custom Fast Crash Cymbal features a new bell design that results in a faster decay and quicker response than regular K Custom crashes. Brilliant finish.
The Zildjian A Series New Beat Hi-Hat Pair are the world's most popular and versatile cymbals. Created from cast bronze alloy of 80% copper, 20% tin, and traces of silver, it is symmetrically machine hammered and lathed with a traditional wide groove. The result is an exuberant cymbal that bursts with a classic voice that is pure, bright, and expressive.
Zildjian's K Ride Cymbal delivers clear, full-stick definition with low overtones. Available in 20-inch and 22-inch sizes.
The A Zildjian Crash is the perfect cymbal if you are looking for bright response and good projection. The A Zildjian crashes have a medium size bell and nice wash and decay after attack. The thickness varies for the various sizes. A favorite for years!
The Zildjian A Custom Ride Cymbal has good stick definition with colorful, warmer undertones. Developed with the assistance of Vinnie Colaiuta, A Customs are made using radical rotary hammering techniques; thin weights; and a striking, brilliant finish for crisp, sweet, sophisticated sound.
The Zildjian A Custom Crash is natural and bright with great overtones. It delivers the modern, sophisticated sound you expect from the world leader in cymbal manufacturing. Developed with the assistance of Vinnie Colaiuta, A Custom Cymbals are made using radical rotary hammering techniques; thin weights; and a striking, brilliant finish for crisp, sweet, sophisticated sound.
The Zildjian A Custom Projection Crash Cymbal was developed in response to requests for the heavier, louder volume needed in rock settings. The Zildjian Sound Lab created the Projection series cymbals with the assistance of Vinnie Colaiuta. Zildjian A Custom cymbals are made using radical rotary hammering techniques, thin weights, and a striking, brilliant finish.
The heaviest of all the Custom Crashes, the Zildjian A Custom Medium Crash has a sharp, cutting attack with a high-pitched cymbal sound, and it shimmers with complex brilliance and musicality. All-brilliant finish, heavier weight, and large cup offer sounds from light, musical accents to loud, cutting punctuations.
Crafted with a blend of traditional and modern hammering techniques to enrich and darken the vintage sound.
Plenty of give, texture, and "crashability." Combination of top articulation and bottom spread provides excellent stick articulation. Higher in pitch.
K Constantinople cymbals speak with the dark warm sound associated with Zildjian cymbals made in Turkey in the first half of the 20th Century. "Old Ks" first resurfaced during the 1950s and 1960s in set-ups of bebop era vanguard drummers like Elvin Jones. K Constantinoples are hand-lathed by skilled artisans using old-style cutting tools. Pits and other surface impurities, that modern finishing processes remove, are retained, preserving the original tonal quality.