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NAMM 2017: Zildjian Preview Their L80 Low Volume Cymbals
Zildjian's L80 Low Volume Cymbals are to be one of the brands much anticipated cymbal releases at NAMM 2017. This winter's NAMM is quickly shaping up to be an exciting affair ,with manufacturers from around the world showcasing their latest innovations and releases.
At the event, cymbal manufacturing behemoths Zildjian will be officially releasing their range of low volume cymbals. Being 80 percent quieter than traditional cymbals, the L80 low volume cymbals allow you to play for longer without any signs of ear fatigue and or hearing damage.
Ideal for the those who want to practice in an apartment, practice space or any other noise sensitive environment, the L80's act as the perfect solution.
With a number of manufacturing techniques specifically devised by Zildjian, the player can experience authentic playability and a classic Zildjian feel.
Not only does the cymbals possess commendable noise cancelling properties, they also maintain distinctive and attractive aesthetic. Its unique matte finish provide a refined and sophisticated appearance that make them look as good as they sound!
Forever at the forefront of innovation , Zildjian continue to strive towards uncompromising quality whilst retaining their classic and revered sound. Perfect for drummers from any genre, Zildjian cater to a wide ranging demographic of musicians. From Rock to Jazz, they remain a consistent choice among drummers. With their incredibly high quality manufacture and stunning tone, Zildjian remain a staple favourite of the drumming community.
These cymbals are available for pre-order at Gear4music now. Please take a look at our Zildjian L80 Series Low Volume Cymbals page for more information.
By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 6 Jan 2017 09:33 to category : Instruments News
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