Zildjian's 18" Low Volume China is multipurpose Practice, stack or use the L80's live Zildjian\'s 18\ Zildjian's Low Volume range of cymbals have many purposes, and the company has added an 18" China to the existing L80 line. Low Volume cymbals 70 to 80% quieter than traditional cymbals and serve their purpose very well in situations like practicing, teaching, live in small bars or even when you use them as stackers. Even with its 18" size, the new china can be used to create cool new sound effects on top of your regular cymbals.

Zildjian L80 Low Volume demo and details
Zildjian's Paul Francis, main cymbal wizard at the world's oldest cymbal brand, gives you all the details on the L80 Lower Volume cymbals.


The complete L80 range now has 3 package sets and a range of single cymbals that you can buy seperately:
  • 18" China
  • 20" Ride
  • 18" Crash
  • 16" Crash
  • 10" Splash
Marko Djordjevic on the L80 Low Volume Cymbals


Low Volume Cymbal Sets
The three sets that are available now range in size and purpose. Notice the differences in sizes in the configurations. If you are sure you can resist hitting your regular chrashes, then the LV38 is the perfect set to practice your beats and time.

Jonathan Ulman's Sunday Stack with Low Volume cymbals
Jonathan Ulman's Sunday Zildjian Stack with Low Volume cymbals

L80 Low Volume Cymbal Set LV348
  • 13" L80 Low Volume HiHats
  • 14" L80 Low Volume Crash
  • 18" L80 Low Volume Crash/Ride
L80 Low Volume Cymbal Set LV468
  • 14" L80 Low Volume HiHats
  • 16" L80 Low Volume Crash
  • 18" L80 Low Volume Crash Ride
L80 Low Volume Cymbal Set LV38
  • 13" L80 Low Volume HiHats
  • 18" L80 Low Volume Crash Ride
Zildjian artist Jonathan Ulman on practicing with Low Volume cymbals
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