Zildjian EFX Cymbals [review]

Posted: April 20, 2010 in Audio Gear, Music, Review
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Personally, I’m a fan of Paiste but I do own one Zildjian EFX cymbal and I rely heavily on it.  As is customary, Zildjian began the year by revealing a cache of new models to the drumming world. The first selections from this new bronze crop to reach us was a quartet of EFX cymbals. Originally designed for the Remix range, EFXs are highly modern instruments whose defining feature is a series of holes and shapes that are cut out of each cymbal.

The EFX design was transferred to the A Custom range in 2007 because drummers were buying the Remix EFX model and removing the jingles that came attached to the cymbal. Since then A Custom EFXs have been spotted on many players’ kits from a wide spread of genres. [read]

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