Full Sound, With Lighter Construction - Zildjian 19" A Stadium Medium Heavy Cymbals - Pair

Introduced in 2005, the 19" Stadium Medium Heavy pairs were developed with the University of Michigan at Michigan Stadium in front of the largest audience in college football.

Designed to have the sound and power of a 20" pair, yet provide performers with a lighter, smaller cymbal that is easier to maneuver, while holding up to the rigors of a full marching season.

Straps and pads not included.



  • High Pitch
  • Bright Sound
  • Long Sustain
  • General Volume
  • Medium Heavy Weight


Manufacturer: The Avedis Zildjian Company
Model: A0473
SKU: I165518-N-1-WHXE
UPC: 642388295748

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