1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats (602g - 598g)

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1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
 
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
  • 1950s K. Zildjian 13" Hi Hats
$600.00
 
 

LEGENDARY TURKISH CYMBALS

This is a pair of Turkish-made K. Zildjian hi hat cymbals, measuring 13" diameter and each cymbal weighing at 602 grams and 598 grams.
 
There are no cracks, "rot" rust exposure, or "flea-bites" on either cymbal.  The 602g cymbal does have some very minor key-holing (see photos).
 
 
 
Avedis I, an Armenian alchemist living in Constantinople, discovered a process for treating alloys and applied it to the art of making cymbals of extraordinary clarity and sustain.
 
Sultan Osman II later gave Avedis the family name ‘Zildjian’, which means ‘cymbal smith’ in Armenian. Zil is Turkish for ‘cymbal’, dj means ‘maker’, and ian is the Armenian suffix meaning ‘son of’.
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