VIDEO! Zildjian K Constantinople MEGA BELL? Vintage Orch Medium Heavy Ride 20” 2878 g

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Hazelshould Drums & Cymbals
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  • Here’s one of the craziest Zildjians I’ve seen. 

  • A Zildjian K Constantinople MEGA BELL? Well, it sure as hell plays like one.

  • That’s a 6.5” extremely SOLID BELL shaped into a Zildjian K Constantinople. 

  • Look at the craftsmanship on this 20”, alternating gold/brown partial lathing on the large and wide bell while the rest of the cymbal resembles a K Constantinople Medium Thin Low Ride.  It has a Low profile to giving it a deep heavy ride vibe.

  • Armand’s Signature emblazoned on the underside like all K Constantinople.

  • 2878 grams, this Medium Heavy Vintage Orchestral plays like a Dark, Heavy Ride.

  • Like the vintage Deep Ride on steroids.

  • Very prominent, dark stick attack, overall controlled and chime-like tone, very low in pitch. Unique MASSIVE Bell that obviously has no problem penetrating a mix. But the K Constantinople gene gives it a great response at lower volumes.

  • What can I say? It plays like a Heavy Dark K Constantinople Mega Bell. 

  • Immaculate condition. A definite head turner and a hell of a lot of fun to play - not your average A Custom Medium Ride.

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