making zildjian cymbals





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Published on Jun 21, 2007

How zildjian cymbals are made

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Shane Irwin
Funny though, when it comes down to it, why are we picky about a cymbal? Don't they ALL just go "Psssshhhhhhhhh" ? (Except the China cymblas go "kahhhhhhhh!"
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Dary John Mizelle
Intresting manufacturing process.  Why use such dumb music for the soundtrack?
If you want a cymbal that is everlastingly clear and can take a real beating, Zildjian is the best choice, if you ask me.
lol. they made this cymbal on april fools. the logo is usually paiste. 
negativo. paiste es rey.
of course! I had two rides and a splash for breakfast this morning!
Roger Lou
Man, the turn around on QC workers must be huge. I'd be completely deaf after a week of straight testing.
J Benjamin
I'd be like a kid in a candy store with all those stacks of A Customs just laying around on shelves... 
Mohamed Magdi
are they edible? 
'Zildji' means cymbal maker in Turkish. That family produced cymbals for the Ottoman Sultans army for centuries. I think 'Istanbul' cymbals are much beter than Zildjian, they are all 100% handmade. P.s. Zldjian, Sabian, Istanbul, all of these trademarks are owned by the same family, they are owned by cousins. 
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