The Zildjian K390 Cymbal Package is ideal for percussionists of all ages, levels and musical genres are part of that process. This K390 cymbal package is characterized by dark overtones, the Zildjian K legacy sound draws on the company's centuries-old tradition of cymbal making, providing a rich spectrum of sound. Warm, expressive K's. Complex, modern K Customs. And legendary K Constantinoples, famous for their perfectly blended tones.
The KickPort Drum Insert is Made For Drummers, By Drummers.
Zildjian K390 Package Includes:
- 14 inch K Hi-Hats
- 16 inch K Dark Thin Crash
- 20 inch K Ride
Kickport Bass Package Includes:
- 18 Inch K Dark Crash
- Zildjian Cymbal Bag
- Free KickPort Sonic Enhancement Bass Drum Port Insert
- Free KickPort D-Pad Bass Drum Impact Pad - 2 Pack
This insert provides exactly what you want from your kick drum, more punch, more bass and less ring. Based on the design of a subwoofer, the KickPort enhances the low end you feel, even lower than your ears can hear. Limiting the amount of dampening to the head, the KickPort allows the drum to resonate beautifully providing the best possible tone for your kick drum. Get rid of those pillows or blankets that choke the vibrations of the shell and use a KickPort for the best sound around.
KickPort D Pad Bass Drum Impact Pad 2 Pack
KickPort’s D-Pad bass drum impact pad features a unique, kiss-cut, figure-eight design that allows it to be used for double pedals or separated into two individual pads for single and double bass drum situations. Besides strengthening and protecting the playing area of the drumhead, the D-Pad also helps focus the attack component of the drum’s sound.
14" K Hi Hat Cymbals
Deep and solid "chick" sound. Low-pitched. Fast Response.
16" K Dark Thin Crash Cymbal
Dark, warm, low-pitched crash. Fast decay. Complex, full-bodied. Very musical.
20" K Ride Cymbal
Clear, full-stick definition. Low overtones.
K ZILDJIAN SERIES
K Zildjian cymbals continue to inspire drummers today with their deep, warm, and expressive sounds developed by Kerope Zildjian in 19th Century Turkey. Elaborate hammering and lathing techniques work the Zildjian alloy into versatile cymbals that are dark yet well suited for a wide variety of musical genres from jazz to rock.