The K Zildjian orchestral cymbals are known for their dark, low and warm tones. Originally handmade in Turkey, now handcrafted in the U.S. these cymbals produce a mellow, deep, shimmering, dry, dark sound originally sought after by jazz musicians. Blending high and low frequencies that extend over a broad range, the K Zildjian Series can be extremely intense or very mellow depending upon how they are played. Every cymbal is individually cast and rolled from the secret Zildjian alloy, creating instruments that each have a distinct voice and character.
The Constantinople suspended thin to medium-thin has a flat profile for immediate response, long sustain, and dark, low-pitched, warm K Zildjian characteristics.
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Comments about Zildjian K Constantinople Suspended:
This has been a great cymbal overall. I found a 20" in a pawn shop for about 1/4 the price Zildjian is charging, but that aside its still one of the best cymbals I've ever played. I use it as my main crash next to my Constantinople Medium ride. I play more alternative and rock, some jazz too, and it fits the bill for it all. I love it, it has an amazing very full and warm sounding crash. Its great with mallets and as a ride it is very nice -for jazz, but I wouldn't use it strictly for that purpose tho - nothing beats my K Medium ride and K Con Medium rides. Highly recommended.