Agean Cymbals

aboutus004Agean Cymbals are high quality hand crafted products from Istanbul, manufactured in Edirne using the great tradition of cymbal making in Turkey. The company was founded in 2002 by renowned darbuka maker Halil Kirmizigül and former Istanbul Mehmet master smith Mustafa Er. Agean Cymbals provides approximately 1500 variations of cymbals from more than ten series. Most of these series are made from the unique B25 formula which is their innovation on the cymbal market for the first time in the world.

New Products


Ravda Effect

Special crashes similar to Flexible Effect Cymbals, with the same flexibility but a different surface outlook, letter type and colour. Also made of the B2o alloy with brilliant finish.

Troy Set

The Troy Series are produced in the traditional Turkish way comprising of our B25 composite.
The surface is finely polished and require 3 additional process steps to complete.
These cymbals have an incredible dynamic tone that really need to be heard to be believed, answering to even the slightest touch.
Suitable for all music styles – a true new generation of cymbals!
The set consists of a 14”Hi-hat, 16”Crash and 20” Ride sold with a black Agean cymbal bag.

Warranty Information

With the exception of Splash cymbals, all Agean Cymbals come with full 1 year warranty that is valid from the date of purchase.

If you encounter any problems with your cymbals, please follow the steps below and include the details when contacting us;

1. Verify your date of purchase – it needs to be less than 1 year otherwise the warranty will have expired.
2. Please specify the exact nature of the problem you are experiencing with your cymbal.
3. Using a felt-tip pen (CD marker), you should highlight the damaged/problematic area of the cymbal (if applicable) before returning the cymbal to the Agean distributor or store you purchased from.
4. The warranty does not cover misuse (beit accidental) of the cymbal;
If a crack appears along the lathing lines of the cymbal (running along in the same direction as the lathed lines), then this would fall under the scope of your warranty.

If a crack appears cutting through the lathed lines of the cymbal (crack from edge of cymbal towards the bell – cutting through the lathed lines), then this would fall outside the scope of your warranty as this damage would be caused from misusage.


If you want to buy these products contact a dealer near you asking for prices and current available stock.

If you are a dealer want to sell these products, contact us for prices and conditions. (Please note that we prefer emails.)