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Zildjian Planet Z 4-Pack
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Planet Z cymbals are a great entry to the Zildjian Family, designed to be versatile, inspiring instruments. Each cymbal is precision crafted in the U...Click To Read More About This Product
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Planet Z cymbals are a great entry to the Zildjian Family, designed to be versatile, inspiring instruments. Each cymbal is precision crafted in the U.S.A. from a proprietary nickel silver alloy, so no matter what style of music you play, you will discover new sounds and new directions with Planet Z.
This Planet Z 4-Pack features a pair of Planet Z 14" Hi-Hats, a 16" Crash and a 20" Ride. Planet Z Ride cymbals provide clean stick definition on top of focused underlying tones, while the Planet Z Crash gives your music a pronounced punch with a full, explosive sound. Furthermore, the Planet Z Hi-Hats deliver a range of sounds and respond precisely to how you play them. They’re clean and crisp when open, or short and separated when closed.
- Quantity: 4
- Sizes (in):14/18/20
- Material:Cast Alloy
- Cymbal Weight:Heavy
- Country of Origin:United States
- Added Value:No
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- Cheap Price
- Focused Crash
- Ride actually sounds pretty good
- Poor Quality
- Learning Drums
Comments about Zildjian Planet Z 4-Pack:
So I Started learning Drums a month ago and got a Used Mapex Horizon along with these Cymbals . they are not the best sounding Cymbals around . True . But a single K Cymbal costs twice as this whole cymbal pack . So for anyone who is just starting drums and just wants to focus on learning , These are pretty good cymbals . Also the Ride is not bad at all . But for anything more than practice and learning , Like Recording or Playing gigs with friends and things like that , You should get something more expensive . If you don't have a lot of money but you want to play live and record then I think you should try to find used cymbals from more expensive series . but if the sound is not that Important to you and you just want to practice , this is a pretty good set .