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Sabian AAX Fusion Hats 13''
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Hi-Hat from Sabian belonging to the AAX series.

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  • Sabian AAX Fusion Hats 13''Publié le 04/14/06 à 15:45
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    I just offered me this pair of hihat cymbal, APRS have tried a dozen, it's really MODEL me most convinced of the versatility and brilliant. Not cymbals trs "types", they easily adapt any type of game, which suits me perfectly since I needed a MODEL that can be shown comfortable in a configuration as well as jazz rock, which can combine power and subtle. This is the reason that led me to choose the plutt 13''14''that are much more oriented rock. Regarding the price, I paid 240 which I think is right under the price of other models I tried.
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    Sabian AAX Fusion Hats 13''Publié le 11/08/10 à 01:55
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    I bought this pair of hihat in 1998 and I do not spar am I never bought other either. This means that a strong kilomtrage. To support the comparison, it would be the equivalent of an old Mercedes, she drives like new and it's always the class. I have tried many others before and especially APRS, the only people who would have made me have attracted very kind of cymbals does jazz. This pair can fit absolutely all styles, it is a sound happening everywhere. The top is quite thin and shiny, grazing and the bottom is pierced with two holes on the bell, the closing is very specific on and powerful.

    Excellent investment, the price of 100 displayed by the argus Audiofanzine is low. If you......
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    I bought this pair of hihat in 1998 and I do not spar am I never bought other either. This means that a strong kilomtrage. To support the comparison, it would be the equivalent of an old Mercedes, she drives like new and it's always the class. I have tried many others before and especially APRS, the only people who would have made me have attracted very kind of cymbals does jazz. This pair can fit absolutely all styles, it is a sound happening everywhere. The top is quite thin and shiny, grazing and the bottom is pierced with two holes on the bell, the closing is very specific on and powerful.

    Excellent investment, the price of 100 displayed by the argus Audiofanzine is low. If you find an unconscious that sell them (this price the DARK!







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