Cymhole is the solution!

CYMHOLES are made from a specially developed polyurethane for extra endurance and protection.

They will fit on all type of cymbals like crashes, splashes, rides, hi-hats and chinese of all the major brands like Zildjian, Sabian, Paiste, Istanbul, Bosphorus, Meinl, Diril, Pasha, Turkish, Ufip, Masterworks, Alchemy, etc. or anything that has the standard 13 mm hole in it. 

CYMHOLES come in packages of three so you can equip a typical standard cymbal setup with two crashes and a ride.

Tell us what you think and share your experience with us, we would love to hear from you!

Frequently asked questions

  • Do CYMHOLES have any influence on the sound?
    No, there is no measurable or hearable difference in sound when CYMHOLES are attached to a cymbal.

  • Are CYMHOLES also available in any other colors than black?
    At this point CYMHOLES are only available in black. Maybe in the future other colors will be made available. We would like to hear from you which colors you would prefer.

  • Do CYMHOLES fit on all cymbals?
    Yes as long as the cymbal central hole diameter is 13mm. We tested on most major cymbal brands like Zildjian, Sabian, Paiste, Istanbul, Bosphorus, Meinl, Diril, Pasha, Turkish, Ufip, Masterworks, Alchemy, etc. or any brand that uses the standard 13 mm central hole.

  • Can CYMHOLES be used on cymbals that have already a keyhole?
    Yes, they can as long as the hole isn’t too big.

  • Can CYMHOLE be used as a replacement for a sleeve or washer on my stand?
    CYMHOLE is not a replacement for sleeves and/or washers. CYMHOLE provides protection in those cases when you have no choice but to play your cymbals on worn out stands that have no sleeves and/or washers. It also protects against undesired contact between your cymbals and the bare metal of the stand when attaching them to the stand and removing them again.

  • How are CYMHOLES installed on cymbals?
    The easiest way is to put the cymbal on a table or hold it in your hand with the cup on top. Take the lower rim of the cymbal between your thumb and finger and squeeze the CYMHOLE into the central hole of your cymbal and push it gently through. See also the instruction video here.

Please let us know if you have any questions by sending us an email!

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