Zildjian K Constantinople Hi-hat Pair - 14"

14" Hi-hat Pair with Proprietary Hammering and Bottom/Top Pin Lathe Grooves
Zildjian K Constantinople Hi-hat Pair - 14
Zildjian K Constantinople Hi-hat Pair - 14
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Distinctively Dark K Hats

This Zildjian K Constantinople 14" hi-hat pair gives your drum kit a unique accent. The cymbals benefit from a new proprietary hammering technique that increases the classic, dark K overtones, for a distinctive, highly musical sound. Zildjian has also applied additional pin lathing to the bottoms and tops of the cymbals, for an added tonal groove that enhances the sonic complexity (and the visuals) of these amazing hats. Sweetwater drummers are excited about the new Zildjian K Constantinople 14" hi-hat pair - and we think you will be, too.

Zildjian K Constantinople 14" Hi-hat Pair Features:
  • Thin top, medium bottom
  • Traditional finish
  • Small bell, medium-low profile
  • Low- to mid-pitched, with a dark-mid sound
  • General volume, blend balance, medium sustain
Complement your kit with the Zildjian K Constantinople hi-hat pair!

Tech Specs

Type Hi-hat
Size 14"
Finish Traditional
Weight Thin top, medium bottom
Sound Dark
Volume General
Pitch Low-mid
Sustain Medium
Bell Size Small
Balance Blend
Manufacturer Part Number K1070

Customer Reviews

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The Best Hihats for Recording.

The Zildjian K Constantinople hihats are perfect for recording most genres. They are smooth and not too loud and sit well in the mix. After all the years of wasting money an cymbals for the studio this is wear I ended up. 1. K Constantinople hihats 2. Crashes- Zildjian K Dark thins (sizes 16" and 17" Sit well in the mix and get out of the way quickly) 3. 20" K heavy ride. Nice definition and clear bell. Underrated and great for recording.
Music background: Recording engineer

Best hi-hats I've ever heard

I was looking to upgrade my hi-hats on my kit, because I've been, frankly, playing fairly cheap ones for too long. I've always been a fan of Zildjian products and I was potentially interested in getting some K-Customs to replace my old ones, until I heard these. They sounded great on the Zildjian videos I watched, as well as some other reviews, so I decided to take the plunge. The price point is pretty high, but this was exactly the hi-hat sound I was looking for. The Constantinople series has a rather dark and warm quality to it, but it also had a layer of brightness that the K-Dark's didn't have. It's kind of a best of both worlds between the Dark's and K-Custom/A-Custom sound. I found the hi-hats could cut through the sound of my kit really well. Now, the manufacturer lists Jazz as the best style, but I play metal, Black Metal to be precise and when it comes to a hi-hat tone that complements the music I am performing, I think these are the best I've ever heard. The response to blasting patterns and sections simply sounds beautiful and I can't get enough of it! A word of caution when it comes to these cymbals though. They're meticulously made, but they are a bit of a thinner metal, so if you find you're a heavy hitter behind the kit in the realms of metal then you might want to steer clear of these cymbals. You won't want to break something this expensive so soon.
Music background: Performance and Studio work
See also: hihat cymbal, Zildjian, Zildjian Hi-hat Cymbals