The Zildjian I Series Pro 5 cymbal set includes everything the new drummer needs to get started with name-brand cymbals. This complete pack from Guitar Center includes full-size hi-hats, two crashes and a versatile crash/ride. With modern sizes and thinner weights for a washy, emotive sound, I Series cymbals are designed for beginners and students looking to hone in on their own individual sound.

Zildjian I Series Pro 5 Cymbal Set Main Features

  • Cymbal set includes 14” hi-hats, 14” and 16” crashes and 20” crash/ride
  • Lighter, thinner, more expressive cymbals in a budget line
  • Crafted from fully lathed, machine-hammered sheet bronze
  • Brilliant finish with cursive Zildjian “i” logo

A Variety of Sounds for the Evolving Drummer

The I Series Pro 5 cymbal set is packed with enough sounds to complete an entire drum set. The pair of 14 and 16” crashes offer bright, punchy accents with quick decay. The 20” crash/ride is washy and emotive as a crash, but keeps enough stick definition to work as a versatile ride. And thanks to the full 14” size, the hi-hats have plenty of surface area to practice new sticking patterns.

Thinner Design for an Evocative, Inspiring Sound

Taken from Ilham, the Turkish word for inspiration, the Zildjian I Series is designed to inspire new players and students with more expressive sounds. Zildjian accomplishes this change by using thinner weights than in previous entry-level series. That means these cymbals are washier and more emotive, giving players new dimensions to explore while searching for their personal style.

Zildjian Craftsmanship at an Affordable Price

While the price makes the I Series accessible to first-time drummers, these cymbals are still made in the USA at the same factory as legendary K and A Zildjian lines, using many of the same techniques passed down for hundreds of years. The process starts with B8 sheet bronze, which is precision-hammered by machine and lathed fully from bell to edge. The I Series also includes models with experimental touches from pro-level lines, like sound holes and extra hammering.

Classic Looks, Inspiring Sound

When it comes off the line, each cymbal in the I Series is polished to a bright finish—brilliant enough to make an impression without being too reflective. It’s then stamped with the “i” logo, which is modeled on the cursive “i” in the Zildjian logo known all over the world. These touches, along with the official stamp along the edge, confirm that these affordable cymbals are authentic Zildjian, through and through.
  • 14" hi-hats (top and bottom)
  • 14" and 16" crashes
  • 20" crash ride
Sizes and Purpose
  • Quantity: Set
  • Type: Hi-hats/crash/crash/ride
  • Sizes (in): 14/14/16/20
  • Material: B8 bronze
  • Hammering: Machine
  • Lathing: Full
  • Cymbal weight: Thin
  • Bell: Standard
  • Finish: Brilliant
  • Country of origin: United States
Avedis Zildjian Company Warranty Statement

As of October 1, 2009, all Zildjian Cymbals are guaranteed against manufacturer's defects for two (2) years from the date of original purchase.
For warranty claims outside the U.S., contact your local Zildjian distributor. Click here for the international distributor locator.
Warranty Process
Cymbals that show factory defects within two years of their original purchase are eligible for examination at our factory. Zildjian experts will evaluate the damage and issue a replacement cymbal, unless it appears the damage is related to improper use or care.

If you believe your cymbal has a factory defect:
1. Contact Zildjian to obtain a Return Authorization number (RA#), via telephone: 781-871-2200.
2. Indicate the location of the damage on the cymbal with a piece of tape.
3. Make a photocopy of your original numbered and dated sales receipt.
4. Carefully package your cymbal. Include your RA# and the photocopy of your sales receipt in the box.
5. Ship the package to:
Avedis Zildjian Company
22 Longwater Drive
Norwell, MA 02061

A Cymbal will not be replaced if:
1. It has been misplayed, dropped, played with excessive force or treated abusively.
2. The center hole is worn due to improper stand set-up or abusive play.
3. The cymbal was bought second-hand or used in a lease program.
4. The cymbal has previously been replaced by Zildjian.
5. More than two years have passed since the cymbal was purchased.

Warranty Notes:
• Cost of shipping a damaged cymbal to Zildjian is the customers responsibility.
• Factory evaluations take approximately 4 - 6 weeks.
• Cymbals that do not meet the warranty guidelines will be returned to customer.
• Cost of shipping a replacement or damaged cymbal back to the customer will be covered by Zildjian.