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[NAMM] Sabian Holy China Cymbal

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China Cymbal from Sabian belonging to the Vault series

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Sabian introduces Holy China, the latest cymbal model added to the Sabian Vault collection.

The Holy China features a higher profile to raise the pitch, holes for volume and sustain, and a large, unfinished bell for cut and durability, according to Sabian.

 

The Holy China has a combination of 48 holes in the 19" model (64 holes in the 21" model), large raw bell, high profile and wide lip to “create a monster of loudness and cut.” It was developed with Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith.

 

Specs

  • Sizes:               19”, 21”
  • Weight:             Thin
  • Finish:              Natural (Brilliant is optional)
  • Metal:               B20 Bronze
  • Warranty:          Two Years

 

Models                               Part Number

19” HOLY CHINA           CS1916

21” HOLY CHINA           CS2116

 

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