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Anatolian Cymbals

Anatolian Cymbals Pack - 5pc Dry Series (14H, 16C, 18C, 21R)

Anatolian Cymbals Pack - 5pc Dry Series (14H, 16C, 18C, 21R)

Regular price $793.00 USD
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Cymbal Pack: Includes 14” Hi-Hats, 16” Crash, 18” Crash, and 21” Ride


Series: Dry series cymbals shine out with their thinness, hammering and lathe technique. The sound coming from these cymbals are very natural. These cymbals provide a soft feel, and you can get not only bright but also dark tones from them. You can use your Crash as a Ride when necessary. You can play Jazz and Funk related music with these cymbals.


Development of Cymbals: Long and intensive work and the inspiration of renowned drummers have gone into the development of Anatolian cymbals to make then perfect down to the last detail. Their goal was to create high-end cymbals that set new standards with their sound and versatility. They can proudly say that they have achieved this goal. Anatolian cymbals offer you first-rate cymbal sound with musicality never before known. Their warmth, projection, clarity, and durability will impress you. They are truly one of a kind.


Alloy: Anatolian cast bronze cymbals are crafted from the Anatolian B20plus alloy consisting of 80% copper I 20% tin as well as a secret special additive known only to Anatolian.


Production: Anatolian cymbals are manufactured in our own foundry and production facility. In the first step of the manufacturing process, blanks are cast out of the alloy. This is followed by a complex tempering process. The blanks are rolled over, in different directions and heated repeatedly. This involved process causes a change in the molecular structure, which is an important basis for the density, flexibility, and durability of the metal. Next, the disks are precisely cut to shape for further processing. The Anatolian cymbal masters, absolute authorities in their field, now begin the time-consuming job of hammering the cymbals by hand. After hammering the cymbals by hand our cymbal masters then lathe them and put the finishing touches to them. During every stage of production, the cymbals are subject to constant quality control before going through the uncompromising final check

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