Zildjian K-Series Profi Promo P B-Stock

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Cymbal Set

  • K-Series Profi Promo Pack
  • The Zildjian cymbal set from probably the best-selling Zildjian cymbal line in the world

Cymbal set comprises:

  • 14" K-Series hi-hat
  • 16" K-Series dark thin crash
  • 18" K-Series dark thin crash
  • 20" K-Series ride

Further Information

Configurations 1x Hi-Hat, 1x Ride, 2x Crash
Inc. Cymbal Bag / Case No
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Zildjian KSeries Set
Manni D., 10.08.2012
I ordered these pools because I could not choose between Zildjian and Sabian to send them back if necessary something wrong.
In advance, I had often heard that there should be a fairly high dispersion in the rides and you should go with Zildjian K's more generally in the shop and buy only what you have heard. I habs nevertheless ordered and here the conclusion:

Hats: Very fast and fine response, the chick sits well and half open they sound beautifully dirty, as it should be.

Crashes: The 16 "is quite high which creates a nice difference between the two pools, both have a super fast response (Thin halt) and are also very present in the sound, ie are not immediately away again good, very full sound with lots of brilliance despite the depth of the sound.

Ride: My point of concern has not been confirmed. The ride is also quite fast, can be easily scrapped. The normal sound picture is quite earthy, also suitable for jazz in quieter environments; However, it is also good. The bell has a clear and quite high ping.

The workmanship is also neat, the traditional finish looks very noble.

So a total incredible pool for the price (individually you would be around 1350 euro), purchase recommendation!
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Great set
Christof aus W., 10.08.2012

Ergänzen kann man das Set problemlos mit einigen Splash Becken aus der K-Serie, ich werde zu meinem vorhandenen 8" Splash noch ein 12" wählen, und ein 20" K Light Flat Ride wird meine Vorlieben in Zukunft wohl auch noch unterstützen. Das sollte auch hohen Ansprüchen genügen.

Ich bin ein später Wiedereinsteiger in Sachen Schlagzeugspiel und habe ein über die Jahre geschultes Ohr, meine Technik wird wieder reifen müssen, und mit den Erfahrungen eines seriösen Profimusikers kann ich natürlich sicher nicht konkurrieren, das bitte ich zu berücksichtigen." data-mt-lang="en-x-mtfrom-de" data-translated="After many months of searching all popular websites with good sound samples from Cymbals as well as a few personal comparisons with dealers for this set, I finally decided to buy a set, and the fact that I wanted a complete new set anyway , A direct competitor for me as a jazz lover was, among other things, the reissued 602 series by Paiste, in order to record at the outset that I am not fixed, but attach importance to a solid product quality and also a solid distribution. <br><br> The processing of the order at Thomann was exemplary, you can not do it better, and more I do not have to say. <br><br> The basins are delivered in the box in single, medium-sized clarity bags, which protects them to a certain extent against mutual scratching during transport, but still allows for a lot of movement, especially the smaller basin. This could be made better on the manufacturer side. The processing quality is from the perfectionist view rather than rustic, and reminds also in the irregularity of the hammering to an individual, manual production, which is, to my knowledge for this series is not true, the K series is also hammered. In addition to this, all the basins have not left me with very nice black discolorations, especially in the dimples of the hammering process, which is also found in the photos of the more expensive Constantinople series from Zildjian, but not necessarily in high-gloss specimens (and certainly not in the 602 series by Paiste). All the pelts have also had some minor blemishes, such as minor scratches or irregularities in the polish, which are either also from the manufacturing process, from the loose packing method or by a brief introduction to the dealer. This could not be completely clarified on request, but for me promptly and completely satisfying solved. Therefore, if you are looking for a clinically manufactured product, you will not be quite satisfied with it. However, the few basins will probably end up in a display cabinet, but will be subject to a certain wear and tear over the years. I could not determine gross irregularities with regard to the really important parameters in the processing. Last but not least, the inscription is more a matter of taste, but without today's mark signals, the fewest pools are apparently sold. On a price-related basis the processing for me personally overall in order. <br><br> The most important thing, however, is, of course, the sound of the individual pelvis, and with a set also the overall sound impression it leaves behind. And here at Zildjian from my point of view the homework was done, there is really nothing to complain about. In principle, there should be no really nasty surprises when you combine K-series baskets, without the fact that each individual basin at dozens of dealers personally pre-selected and adjusted. Here I have now actually the impression that the basins are selected from the factory as promised sound matching to each other, my set sounds to me as if from a single cast. This increases for me the pleasure of the set even more, although I already think that each individual component performs above average well. I love both the sound of the 20 "ride, as well as the 18" Thin Crash and the 14 "Hi-Hat, and the 16" Thin Crash fits seamlessly. If I had to buy the pools individually, I would have chosen exactly these pools, no other model, no other type, no other size. This set is one hundred percent for me personally. <br><br> The kit is easy to use with some Splash Cymbals from the K series, I will choose an existing 8 "Splash 12", and a 20 "K Light Flat Ride will probably support my preferences in the future also meet high requirements. <br><br> I am a later re-entry into drumming and have an over the years trained ear, my technique will have to mature again, and with the experiences of a serious professional I certainly can not compete certainly, which I ask to take into account." > After many months of searching all popular websites with good sound samples from Cymbals as well as a few personal comparisons with dealers for this set, I finally decided to buy a set, and the fact that I wanted a complete new set anyway , A direct competitor for me as a jazz lover was, among other things, the reissued 602 series by Paiste, in order to record at the outset that I am not fixed, but attach importance to a solid product quality and also a solid distribution.

The processing of the order at Thomann was exemplary, you can not do it better, and more I do not have to say.

The basins are delivered in the box in single, medium-sized clarity bags, which protects them to a certain extent against mutual scratching during transport, but still allows for a lot of movement, especially the smaller basin. This could be made better on the manufacturer side. The processing quality is from the perfectionist view rather than rustic, and reminds also in the irregularity of the hammering to an individual, manual production, which is, to my knowledge for this series is not true, the K series is also hammered. In addition to this, all the basins have not left me with very nice black discolorations, especially in the dimples of the hammering process, which is also found in the photos of the more expensive Constantinople series from Zildjian, but not necessarily in high-gloss specimens (and certainly not in the 602 series by Paiste). All the pelts have also had some minor blemishes, such as minor scratches or irregularities in the polish, which are either also from the manufacturing process, from the loose packing method or by a brief introduction to the dealer. This could not be completely clarified on request, but for me promptly and completely satisfying solved. Therefore, if you are looking for a clinically manufactured product, you will not be quite satisfied with it. However, the few basins will probably end up in a display cabinet, but will be subject to a certain wear and tear over the years. I could not determine gross irregularities with regard to the really important parameters in the processing. Last but not least, the inscription is more a matter of taste, but without today's mark signals, the fewest pools are apparently sold. On a price-related basis the processing for me personally overall in order.

The most important thing, however, is, of course, the sound of the individual pelvis, and with a set also the overall sound impression it leaves behind. And here at Zildjian from my point of view the homework was done, there is really nothing to complain about. In principle, there should be no really nasty surprises when you combine K-series baskets, without the fact that each individual basin at dozens of dealers personally pre-selected and adjusted. Here I have now actually the impression that the basins are selected from the factory as promised sound matching to each other, my set sounds to me as if from a single cast. This increases for me the pleasure of the set even more, although I already think that each individual component performs above average well. I love both the sound of the 20 "ride, as well as the 18" Thin Crash and the 14 "Hi-Hat, and the 16" Thin Crash fits seamlessly. If I had to buy the pools individually, I would have chosen exactly these pools, no other model, no other type, no other size. This set is one hundred percent for me personally.

The kit is easy to use with some Splash Cymbals from the K series, I will choose an existing 8 "Splash 12", and a 20 "K Light Flat Ride will probably support my preferences in the future also meet high requirements.

I am a later re-entry into drumming and have an over the years trained ear, my technique will have to mature again, and with the experiences of a serious professional I certainly can not compete certainly, which I ask to take into account.
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