Zildjian 17" K Custom Hybrid Crash Cymbal Demo/Open Box  From Zildjian

Professional cymbal with multiple tonal options. 1361 grams

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$289.60

Retail:  $538.00

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Manufacturer's Description from Zildjian

Developed in conjunction with leading drum stylist Akira Jimbo, the Zildjian K Kustom Hybrid Crash cymbal features an innovative brilliant/traditional surface that produces different tones depending on where the cymbal is played for a musical "darkness with brilliance" combination. The inner half features the unlathed, brilliant finish of the K Custom Ride, while the outer half features the traditionally finished K Zildjian lathing. The unlathed section helps control the wash and sustain, making it ideal for recording and live situations.

The relatively thin design of the crash results in a very responsive quality. It opens up quickly but still has the ability to project loudly and cut into dense mixes due to the unlathed bell.

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About Manufacturer

The Avedis Zildjian Company, simply known as Zildjian is an American cymbal manufacturer based in Norwell Massachussetts. The company was founded in Constantinople by Armanian Avedis Zildjian in the 17th century, during the reign of the Ottoman empire. At nearly 400 years old, Zildjian is one of the oldest companies in the world. Zildjian also sells drum-related accessories, such as drum sticks and cymbal carriers. It is the largest cymbal manufacturer in the world.