Got it on E-bay for about 90 bucks used, but still in good shape. I got it because I needed something loud, and boy did I get my money's worth.
Man, this ride will cut a hole in the wall.. It sounds crisp with good stick definition, not too much wash, which is what I was lookng for. The bell will leave you asking "Huh?" to many quetions of the day. The bell is "a-ringin", very loud and solid. You will be heard with this bad boy.
The only problem really is there is no chance your gonna get any mellow high-pitched sound out of the bell.. Its just gonna be loud, and if you try to play it at a low volume it could be a little "clanky". Go with a flat or heavy ride if you want a higher bell sound because this one is low and deep!
The cymbal is made nicely, not too much flashy logo and series names on it like most of the newer Sabians.. Looks great, and i think the only way to dent this thing is to start playing with cement sticks.
Great cymbal from the AA line. Very affordable, and if your a drummer that wants to be heard, grab this bad boy.
Ride the rock as it is imagined: CONTRL harmonics, and ping prcis plutt acute and volume do you want in here!
Ideal for decision without his ride for the micro SPECIFICATIONS. His power is more than enough to hear in the overheads.
on the other hand, not worth the the crash, his thick that it does not move!
In short, beautiful instrument standard, which is what we ask but we can repprocher a certain lack of personality. Well, it's rock, not jazz!