Zildjian K Family
Zildjian K Family
When it came to cymbal craftsmanship in the late 1800s, Kerope Zildjian was a man that had quite a sterling reputation throughout Europe. With their stunning thinness and durability, his "K Zildjian" cymbals were unlike anything else, and today Zildjian is proud to carry on Kerope's legacy by specializing in a wide range of versatile cymbals to inspire you in the drum seat. Whether you're a hard-hitting metalhead, a funk groover or a jazz virtuoso, Zildjian's K Family has a cymbal for every beat keeper.
The Zildjian K Family is jam-packed with cymbals that boast a high level of sound quality and design - after all, we're talking about the largest cymbal manufacturer in the world today. K Zildjian, for example, includes a wide variety of splashes, hi-hats and crashes that are warm, expressive and ideal for any genre. In the K Custom Series, modern jazz percussionists will find plenty of powerful, rich and dry cymbals to incorporate into their intricate drum routine. Or, maybe you're looking for hand-crafted cymbals similar to ones made in the '50s and '60s - in which case, turn your attention to the Kerope Series. In honor of the man himself, these cymbals have a classic and complex feel, yet there's still something distinctly modern about them. From the 14" hi-hat pair to the 22" Kerope Medium, any discerning percussionist would love the Kerope Series.
Last but not least, there's the K Constantinople Series. The pinnacle of all things Zildjian (and that's saying something), to say that these cymbals are incredible would be an understatement. In fact, their perfectly blended sound quality is the result of cymbal-making techniques brought forth in the Zildjian Sound Lab. From medium-thin rides to the 18" crashes, each cymbal in the K Constantinople Series is a true work of art.
As you can see, Zildjian is dedicated to anyone who wants to bring their percussion talents to the next level. The simple truth is that each cymbal in the K Family is brought to life with your aspirations in mind, so be sure to explore the entire catalog - you'll be glad you did.