Chuck Levin's is an authorized dealer of Promark

Chuck Levin's is an authorized dealer of Promark

Promark S22 Cymbal Sizzler

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    Get A Unique-Sounding And Easily-Installed Effect With The Promark S22 Cymbal Sizzler

    The ProMark S22 cymbal rattler is the perfect alternative to putting permanent rivets in your favorite cymbal. Achieve the same classic sizzle sound without the hassle of drilling holes and inserting rivets. The S22 features smaller metal beads for more of a classic jazz sizzle. The cymbal rattle comes with a cymbal felt and fits conveniently on the cymbal post above the bell of the cymbal. ProMark offers a wide variety of accessories to meet the needs of any drummer/percussionist. From stick/mallet storage solutions to ergonomic drum keys, ProMark has the tools to make your life as a musician easier.

    *Pictured Cymbal Not Included

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12/02/2016
Kevin M.

Well, Yes; It WORKS, But--

Not really to knock Pro-Mark, I love their stuff. It's just that, you can get a foot of ball chain at the hardware store for a buck and a half, loop it around the cymbal felt and voila! A sizzle chain is born, for FAR less than a sawbuck. That's why only four stars, because I think you have to be one seriously lazy-a@@$d drummer to Spring for one of these over a trip to True Value or Home Depot. Yup, some folks don't have access to a store, and then this is a good idea, but still... FWIW, you can get the smaller (about 1/16" or 1.5mm) balls for a subtle swish, and the larger 1/8" or 3mm balls will give more of a rivet sound. Both are about as effective as rivets, which is great from a versatility standpoint. One Hint: the chain should not fall over the edge of the cymbal, or it will dampen it; the balls generally need to out to within three inches or less of the cymbal's edge, depending on taste. The more and larger the chain, the more collateral dampening will occur.