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When your name means "son of cymbal maker" you had better be good at making cymbals. Fortunately for Zildjian, they're arguably the best in the world. Started in Constantinople in 1623, Zildjian has grown to international status over the past several centuries become the most recognized name in cymbal quality and innovation.

Offering a huge selection of crash, ride, hi-hat, splash, effect and China cymbals, you should start by considering your exact needs for your kit in order to narrow things down. If you have a versatile cymbal that can keep up with your fast style of play at the top of your list, then you should definitely consider the A Series Sweet Ride Cymbal. Literally the world's most popular cymbal, this bright, expressive ride offers medium overtones that can go from softer patterns to crashing explosions with ease. Often copied but never duplicated, this cymbal is an absolute show-stopper. If, on the other hand, you're looking to explode on stage with sound and style, you need to spend some time with the ZXT Trashformer Cymbal. Ultra-thin with a bent design that creates its signature trashy sound, this uniquely gradated cymbal blasts audiences with sound and color unlike anything you've ever seen before.

If you're searching for something truly spectacular though, check out the K Custom Dark Crash Cymbal. With a traditional look and a warm, shimmering sound, this crash has stunning sustain, dominating volume, and a quicker attack with trashy overtones. Loved by drummers everywhere, this crash blends classic and contemporary styles.

As well, if you're looking to revamp your kit altogether there are full packs available. Mixing and matching a variety of cymbals for you, these packages ensure all the pieces complement each other, taking the guesswork out of it for you. Every package offers something slightly different, so make sure you check them all out before making a decision.

Because Zildjian is the largest cymbal maker in the world, it's no wonder the list of professionals that use their products is so long. Roger Taylor of Queen, Sting's Rhani Krija, Travis Barker of Blink-182 and the Transplants, Pete Parada of The Offspring and so many more all proudly rock out with Zildjain as part of their setups. If you're serious about drumming, these cymbals should be at the top of you kit list.