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A Quick Tip by JSMaresca

  • Aug 5, 2013
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This cymbal sounds like it's made for the modern concert band.
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review by . August 05, 2013
This review will cover the 16" and 18" crashes listed on this page. At the time of this review this product page contains various sizes that you select and purchase. Although all of the cymbals on this page are A Custom crashes in various sizes the diameter is not the only difference.    Both of the cymbals I own are significantly different. The 16" has a higher pitch, opens rapidly on attack and has rapid decay. It's perfect for accent-type crashes or marking the one (or four …
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This 16-inch A Custom Series Crash is love at first strike. Its sound is natural and bright; not too high, not too low. Speaks very quickly and with beautiful warm undertones, perfect for modern music.

A perfect crash for modern music. Click to enlarge.

Fine-patterned narrow symmetrical grooves for just enough stiffness, and modern rotary hammering for thinner-weight cymbals.

A Customs are not too dark, not too bright--just right for modern music.

Zildjian A Customs--A Refined Classic Sound
It's tough to top the unmistakable and reliable sound of A Zildjians for almost any playing situation, but the award-winning A Customs are an irresistible alternative. Developed with the assistance of drumming icon Vinnie Colaiuta, A Customs utilize radical rotary hammering techniques, thin to medium weights and a striking Brilliant finish for a crisp, sweet, sophisticated A Zildjian sound. Not too dark, not too bright--cymbals that are just right for modern music.

  • Alloy: Zildjian Cast Bronze: 80% Copper, 20% Tin, Traces of Silver.
  • Hammering: Radically modern rotary hammering for thinner weight cymbals.
  • Lathing: Fine pattern of narrow symmetrical grooves that create just enough stiffness.
  • Finish: All Brilliant Finish.
  • Sound: A bright, responsive, melodic and more refined take on traditional A Zildjian sounds.

Zildjian Cast Bronze Cymbals
Cast Bronze cymbals are individually poured and cast from raw molten metal. Each casting is cooled and sorted by weight for each cymbal ...

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