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Comparing Zildjian L80 Low Volume Cymbals Against ‘Regular’ Cymbals

Zildjian’s Low Volume L80 cymbals are designed to produce a significantly lower amount of volume. They can be used for practice or quieter gigging applications. The cymbals in this instance are 14” hi hats, a 16” crash and an 18” crash/ride.

The ‘regular’ cymbals are Zildjian K models. They have deep, darker tones and are used for a variety of musical settings. The cymbals in the video are 13” hi hats, a 17” dark crash and a 20” ride.

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