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Sabian HHX Evolution Hats 14"
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Hi-Hat from Sabian belonging to the HHX series.

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  • drumererdrumerer

    Sabian HHX Evolution Hats 14"Published on 04/20/06 at 05:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use the hi-hat for the past five months for a style (Exceeds rock, heavy funk, and sometimes metal. I even did a lot of pieces to the brushes, which made the thing really subblime.

    What I AIM most is his rponse Obviously, his power, exemplary. I had never before on a cymbal jou also reasonable (to say that unamplified concert can be heard easily around 200 meters: P)
    There is nothing to me really, except the lack groove to do something funky sweet. Sure, it's all the same kind of game reserv a strong, trs fort.
    Cymbal infrieur Paisse is twice that of the above, giving a thundering sound off, when the prcise charley is closed and hard fat, when opened sufficiently.

    348, I thought…
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    I use the hi-hat for the past five months for a style (Exceeds rock, heavy funk, and sometimes metal. I even did a lot of pieces to the brushes, which made the thing really subblime.

    What I AIM most is his rponse Obviously, his power, exemplary. I had never before on a cymbal jou also reasonable (to say that unamplified concert can be heard easily around 200 meters: P)
    There is nothing to me really, except the lack groove to do something funky sweet. Sure, it's all the same kind of game reserv a strong, trs fort.
    Cymbal infrieur Paisse is twice that of the above, giving a thundering sound off, when the prcise charley is closed and hard fat, when opened sufficiently.

    348, I thought was normal, but now seems to me even if a bit expensive: in fact, it's like any high-end home Sabian (with signature), a dictatorial style trs, restricted. For example jazz, bossa nova, etc ... this is not the right choice. She is really excellent and rpondant the desires in the kinds plutt hard and bold.
    In terms of quality nothing wrong ... It is (physically) beautiful and brilliant, and so is the musically.
    I RPET: I especially recommend those who want to rock the metal, requiring the power!
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