Zildjian A Series Crash Ride Cymbal  20 in.

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Good ride definition and light crash qualities.

Zildjian A Crash Ride. Good ride definition. Good light crash qualities.


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ZildjianA Series Crash Ride Cymbal
 
5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Nothin beats a Zildjian!

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from Washington, DC

Comments about Zildjian A Series Crash Ride Cymbal:

Upgraded my old cymbals with this and others (16" crash) and this is really sweet. Looks as good as it sounds! I am 100% Zilldjian man from high-hats to spash to this crash ride.

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Avedis Zildjian Cymbals

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from Spicewood, Texas

Comments about Zildjian A Series Crash Ride Cymbal:

18 inch cymbals are excellent. On my old Tama set/ I had 7 cymbals (that's) including the hi-hatsI've always used a 16 inch(medium-thin) for the crash and the 18inch or 20 inch for a ride.I do agree that the 18 inch can very well be used for a crash------produces a dark tone and resonates longer.

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This cymbal is smarter than me

Comments about Zildjian A Series Crash Ride Cymbal:

This cymbal does a lot for just one cymbal. I play in a rock band - heavy and light rock. I have the 18" crash/ride. I use it mainly as a crash and it just sounds more full than any other cymbal I've ever played. Used as a ride it does a great job. I love the bell sound too. Depending on how you play it, you can get the sound of about 3 different cymbals in one. So I got rid of some of the cymbals cluttering up my kit and this one does their job. get it!

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