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Zildjian Cymbals

Zildjian was the first company to bundle cymbals with drum sets and to classify different types of cymbals as ride, splash, and so on according to the rhythmic accents they're intended to create. Zildjian cymbals were initially developed in 17th-century Istanbul. Zildjian products were first offered as orchestral enhancements in the 19th century, and in the 20th century, the company transferred its operations to the United States.

What kinds of Zildjian cymbals are there?

The Zildjian company manufactures a number of different types of percussive accent pieces as well as drumstick and cymbal carriers. The product line includes the following and more:

  • ZBT: Cymbals in the ZBT series are available as both ride and crash cymbals. They're made out of a bronze alloy that's 92% copper and 8% tin.
  • K Constantinople: The K Constantinople series is forged from an admixture that's 80% copper and 20% tin. It also contains traces of silver.
  • K Custom: K Custom cymbals come in a range of sizes from 8 inches to 22 inches.
  • A Zildjian The A Zildjian series includes crash, ride, and hat cymbals. These cymbals have acoustics that range from delicate acoustic shimmers to heavy cuts.
What types of sounds do Zildjian cymbals produce?

You may want to choose a cymbal set that's been crafted to produce a specific sound, like these types of cymbals:

  • Ride: Ride cymbals produce a steady backbeat to the music that is played.
  • Crash: The crash cymbal produces a sharp percussive sound that serves to accent a musical interlude.
  • Splash: Splash cymbals are small brass pieces that are used to produce percussive accents when a drummer doesn't want to overwhelm the other instruments that are playing.
  • Hi-Hat: The hi-hat setup consists of two cymbals that are accessed using a foot-operated pedal.
How do you care for Zildjian products?

To care for your Zildjian products, keep them in their protective carrying bags until it's time to set them up. Learn to play without hitting your cymbals directly on their edges. That way, you'll get a more resonant sound, and it will also help prolong the functional life of your Zildjian product. Wash your Zildjian products after every use with warm, soapy water.

What's the difference between dark and bright percussion?

A dark cymbal has stronger low tones, whereas bright Zildjians have a higher frequency and can cut through with a piercing sound that penetrates the percussion. Cymbals may also be described as thin, paper-thin, light, medium, or heavy. The lighter and thinner a cymbal is, the more it will react; however, it will not sustain as long. Heavy cymbals are louder and require more time to achieve a crash.