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[NAMM] Zildjian Z3 Ultra Hammered Chinas

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Zildjian presented the Zildjian Z3 Ultra Hammered Chinas and 22" A Zildjian Swish Knocker at NAMM 2011.

Z3 Ultra Hammered Chinas – 19" and 21"

Designed to “explode with penetrating sound, ” the two China models feature new inverted “volcano” bells and extensive hammering, producing a sound that is “trashier than their 18” and 20" Z3 China counterparts, " according to Zildjian. Available in 19" and 21" models, these will surely add some extra meat to your setup.

 

Specs

  • Type: Special Effects
  • Size: 21 in. / 53.34 cm and 19 in. / 48.26 cm.
  • Weight: Thin
  • Finish: Brilliant Finish
  • Bell Size: Small
  • Profile: Low
  • Pitch: Mid
  • Sound: Bright
  • Volume: Loud
  • Balance: Attack
  • Sustain: Short
  • Skill level: Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate, Professional
  • Genre(s): Alternative, Hard Rock, Metal, Other, Pop, Punk, Rock, Session, Techno

New Swish Knocker

Zildjian’s new 22" A Zildjian Swish Knocker is said to feature a smoother and sweeter “knock, ” inspired by the model Mel Lewis and his orchestra made famous at the Village Vanguard. The new A Zildjian Swish Knocker, which replaces the original model, is described as having “a slightly higher profile and a less curved cup.” It also features 20 rivets and a A Zildjian traditional finish.

Specs

  • Category: A Zildjian Series
  • SKU: A0315
  • Type: Special Effects
  • Size: 22 in. / 55.88 cm.
  • Weight: Medium
  • Finish: Traditional Finish
  • Bell Size: Medium
  • Profile: Medium-High
  • Pitch: Low
  • Sound: Dark
  • Volume: Loud
  • Balance: Blend
  • Sustain: Long
  • Skill level: Advanced, Beginner, Intermediate, Professional
  • Genre(s): Alternative, Fusion, Hard Rock, Hip Hop, Jazz, Latin, Metal, Other, Percussion, Pop, Punk, Rock, World, Country
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