When it comes to cymbals , nobody ever thinks about going for the quieter option. Low volume cymbals are often misunderstood. Granted, they might not be great for live performance, but low volume cymbals have many advantages over their full-frequency counterparts. First of all, a set of low volume cymbals is obviously kinder on your ears. The removal of high frequencies thanks to thousands of tiny holes drilled into the surface of the cymbal will alleviate some of the abuse your eardrums take when you get behind the kit. Finally, although low volume cymbals are thinner than full-volume options, they offer a similar stick feel, meaning the techniques you work on at home should translate well to your regular cymbals.
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Zildjian A cymbals can be grouped into four main cymbal stamp types. Other cymbal experts give more detailed information about transitional stamps and varieties of stamps between these cymbal type categories. For our sake and not to try and compete with that information we are breaking this down in to Type 1, Type 2, Type 3 and Type 4 Zildjian A cymbals.