Zildjian 20

Zildjian 20" A Custom Ping Ride Cymbal


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Used Zildjian 20" A Custom ping ride in great working condition. It has some marks and signs of use, and the black text is mostly faded off, but it's in great condition overall, is nicely broken in, and definitely has plenty of life in it.

From Sweetwater:
The Zildjian A Custom 20" Ping Ride cymbal is the perfect choice when you need a ride with good stick definition and high-end ping. The A Custom 20" Ping Ride has a high-mid sound and a brilliant finish. Zildjian is a premium cymbal brand with a history running back over 380 years. Add the legacy of Zildjian to your kit with the A Custom 20" Ping Ride cymbal.

A classic sound, but refined:
It's tough to top the unmistakable and reliable sound of A Zildjians for almost any playing situation, but the award-winning A Customs are an irresistible alternative. Developed with the assistance of drumming icon Vinnie Colaiuta, A Customs utilize radical rotary hammering techniques, thin to medium weights, and a striking brilliant finish for a crisp, sweet, sophisticated sound that's perfect for modern music.

Cast bronze cymbals for premium tone and projection:
A Customs, like all Zildjian cast bronze cymbals, are individually poured and cast from raw molten metal. Each casting is cooled and sorted by weight for each cymbal model. Castings are then put through a complex sequence of heating, rolling, shaping, hammering, and lathing techniques unique to each cymbal range. Cast bronze cymbals have a rich, full-bodied sound that improves with age. They also have greater projection, clarity, and durability than any other cymbals. Zildjian cast cymbals are made from the Zildjian secret alloy, which comprises 80% copper, 20% tin, and traces of silver.

Cast bronze cymbal
Good stick definition and high-end ping
Warm, colorful overtones
Radical rotary hammering technique
Brilliant finish

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