NAMM 2019 – TRX Introduces ICE Series Cymbals

NAMM 2019 – TRX Introduces ICE Series Cymbals. The TRX Cymbal Co. LLC is proud to introduce its new “ICE” Series Cymbals. Available in a wide selection of Rides, Hi-Hats, Crashes, Splashes, Chinas and Lightning effects models, TRX ICE series cymbals feature a micro-lathed surface, medium-heavy weights, and a highly-polished “Diamond Finish” for a clean, bright, sparkling tone.

“In the past few years, it seems like everyone has jumped on the dark, dry, vintage cymbal bandwagon,” comments TRX President, David Levine. “Vintage cymbals are great for vintage music but these days most drummers don’t play those styles. Modern drummers play modern music and, for modern music, they need brighter, more aggressive cymbals. The ICE series is handcrafted, Turkish cymbals that offer the power and projection modern music demands yet they are highly musical. They are a relevant, new addition to our “High Contrast” range.”

See and hear TRX ICE during NAMM at Booth #6329 or visit the TRX website at www.trxcymbals.com.

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About TRX Cymbals: Strong, young newcomers, the TRX Cymbal Co. was established in 2006 to bring the quality of traditional Turkish cymbals to modern drummers. Today, TRX offers three distinct lines of high-quality, handcrafted cymbals that have been developed to meet the musical needs of contemporary drummers and drumming styles as well as their economic needs: TRX®, TRX® Special Edition and CRX®.

By listening to modern drummers, we learned how important sonic diversity and contrast are in modern drumming. So, starting with a core of dark, medium and bright cymbals, we created an expanded spectrum that provides the widest and most musically relevant range of sounds possible while allowing today’s players to select a “High Contrast” cymbal set that’s custom-made for the way they play.

Even though TRX is a small, “boutique” cymbal company, we’re big on quality. Focusing on quality instead of quantity isn’t the fastest, easiest or least expensive way to make cymbals. But it’s never been our goal to be one of the biggest cymbal companies in the world—just one of the best.

Learn more here: https://trxcymbals.com/about/