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Zildjian L80 Low Volume 13/14/18 Cymbal Set
- Low Return Rate: 20% fewer returns than similar products
- Highly Rated: More than 85% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "zildjian l80"
- 70-80% Quieter than traditional cymbals
- Allows for longer play, avoids ear fatigue or hearing damage
- Real cymbal feel from proprietary manufacturing and specialized alloy
- Unique matte finish makes L80 cymbals stand out
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From the manufacturer
The Original Low Volume Cymbal
Up to 80% Quieter than a Traditional Cymbal
The L80 Low Volume cymbals are crafted using a specialized hole pattern that delivers great musical sound at lower volumes. This state-of-the-art pattern is combined with a proprietary alloy and a unique matte finish that enables our L80 Low Volume cymbals to be up to 80% quieter than a traditional cymbal.
Real Cymbal Feel
This is a real cymbal as it is made from a proprietary Zildjian alloy. So no more hitting rubber pads or other muffling.
Idea uses for Low Volume Cymbals:
- Practice Spaces
- Lesson Rooms
- Acoustic Gigs
- Small Venue Gigs
- Back Stage/Green Rooms
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As the leader in cymbals, Zildjian is always looking for new and innovative ways to bring a better musical experience to the drumming community. With drumming being a highly tactile experience, Zildjian has come up with the solution to neoprene pads, mutes, and other dissatisfying dampening low-volume devices: the Low Volume family of cymbals. This unique new cymbal delivers a quieter sound without losing the authentic feel of a Zildjian cymbal.
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I moved and now have to practice in my basement. Adding tons of soundproofing is out of the question. These cymbals were perfect for my needs. They are "real" cymbals that really sound like cymbals so you aren't wailing away on a rubber practice pad stuck over your favorite ride. The perforations are curious and take a bit of getting used to, but that's not bad, and you need them to get rid of mass. Less mass = less volume.
If you are considering this cymbal pack, do yourself a favor and get the 20" ride, too. The 18" is a bit hokey as a ride, but great as a crash. The 20", however, feels and sounds like a real ride.
The bells on these cymbals won't sound like those on good B20 bronze models, but if you accept them for what they are, they still isn't bad. I also bought the 10" splash. It is a bit thick & isn't as bright sounding as a "real" hand-hammered 10" splash, but it still isn't a bad cymbal at all.
So....would I play these in public in a small venue where I really need to keep the volume down? Absolutely.
I'm mostly a Sabian guy and bought these for practice. I really was impressed by the quality and sound. And... I just noticed Sabian and Dream have released "copy cat" products. What does that tell you? If you need to keep your volume down but want the experience of playing real bronze, I'd highly recommend the L80 product line.