Impression Cymbals to debut at NAMM 2015 Turkish cymbal brand finds North American distributor Impression Cymbals, manufactured by Turkish cymbal masters, will make its North American debut at the NAMM show 2015 in Anaheim, California January 22nd-25th. In related news: ZimMusicInc., a distribution company founded by industry veteran Derek Zimmerman, has become the exclusive North American distributor of Impression Cymbals.

About Impression Cymbals
Established in 2010, Impression Cymbals is the realization of experienced industry veterans and cymbalsmiths, offering a full line of completely hand hammered, artisan crafted cymbals produced in Istanbul, Turkey. Representing the pinnacle in quality, vision and sound, every Impression cymbal is a testament to the centuries-old craft of traditional cymbalsmithing, perfected by generations of skilled masters.

Impression offers a wide range of cymbals including: Rock, Jazz, Dry Jazz, Traditional, Mixed, Smooth, Dark, Hard and X-Hard. All cymbals are cast from Impression's exclusive B20 formula, and are hand-crafted, lathed, and hand-hammered by skilled artisans.

Each cymbal bears a handwritten signature, along with its weight, under the bell as a confirmation of quality. With experienced drummers and percussionists managing every level of the company and production, Impression offers musical cymbals of the highest quality, made from the perspective of performing musicians.

ZimMusicInc's Derek Zimmerman remarks:
"Impression has amazing products, a cadre of fantastic artists, and a host of accolades from the press, retailers, and end users. Their cymbals have been creating a buzz among professionals worldwide, and we are thrilled to be able to bring Impression to the USA and build upon the solid foundation they have created."

Impression will show their cymbals at booth 2956 located in Hall D. Please note that the NAMM Show is a trade event and is not open to the public. All attendees must be active NAMM members or be invited by a current NAMM member. Attendance at NAMM trade shows is restricted to owners, suppliers, employees, endorsed artists and guests of NAMM Member companies.

Music students in conservatory, college or university, as well as higher education-level music faculty may attend through NAMM's Generation Next program. Music educators, school administrators and school board members may attend through NAMM's Music Education Days program. Professionals and students in A/V, pro audio, lighting, sound and staging may attend through NAMM's Buyer program.

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