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Every drummer has their personal preferences when it comes to cymbals. With that being said, you'd be hard-pressed to find a percussionist who doesn't agree that Meinl cymbals are among the finest on the market. Specifically popular with jazz and be-bop drummers are Meinl thin cymbals: beautifully-crafted masterpieces that come in the form of crashes, rides, hi-hats and even effects cymbals like splashes and Chinas. Whether you're replacing a worn-out cymbal or adding more cymbals to your existing kit, Meinl has a thin cymbal in this catalog that will make your hard-earned talents sparkle from both a visual and audible standpoint.

When you consider that Meinl has remained a leader in the manufacture of cymbals since 1951, it should come as no surprise that this section is filled with an extensive range of top-rated items and best sellers. Searching for a new crash? Check out popular masterpieces like the Byzance Extra Dry Thin Crash Traditional Cymbal or the Byzance Traditional Extra Thin Hammered Crash. Both of these models are made with meticulous attention to detail to ensure they project with shimmering clarity, gig after gig.

Meinl also has an excellent reputation for their ride cymbals. For example, the Byzance Extra Dry Thin Ride Cymbal comes in your choice of 20" and 22" diameters; it also boasts an unfinished top for a raw yet controlled wash that's ideal for jazz applications. While you're at it, be sure to also check out the Byzance Jazz Thin Hi-Hat Traditional Cymbals. This lightweight pair is made for low-volume players and produces a soft, smooth sound that's perfect for more intricate musical genres.

From Ralph Peterson to Robert "Sput" Searight, Meinl's roster of technically proficient drummers is sheer proof that you're definitely in the right place for new thin cymbals. Along with the models mentioned above, this selection of Meinl thin cymbals is jammed with many other works of art. When you get right down to it, virtuosic percussion skills call for high-end cymbals that were designed by cymbal-making masters, and that's exactly what you'll find on this page.