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Sabian HH Rock Ride 20''
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Ride Cymbal from Sabian belonging to the HH series.

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  • mitchmitch

    Sabian HH Rock Ride 20''Published on 06/20/08 at 15:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long do you use? a good ten years, in different contexts, even in jazz.
    What is so special that you like most and least?
    it is very effective, highly accurate, rich, warm and powerful but a little aggressive for my taste, especially with olive nylon. the bell a little torn ears. But with good control, it goes really well, especially in the studio. It does not runaway. I really like precision in the attack particularly fast games where it blows off well. She sings well, more mid-bass, it has personality. with brushes, it's lace. Very pleasant to the touch. This is a great cymbal aging well. She can play in lots of styles provided to adapt his game I personally am not a big hitter but…
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    How long do you use? a good ten years, in different contexts, even in jazz.
    What is so special that you like most and least?
    it is very effective, highly accurate, rich, warm and powerful but a little aggressive for my taste, especially with olive nylon. the bell a little torn ears. But with good control, it goes really well, especially in the studio. It does not runaway. I really like precision in the attack particularly fast games where it blows off well. She sings well, more mid-bass, it has personality. with brushes, it's lace. Very pleasant to the touch. This is a great cymbal aging well. She can play in lots of styles provided to adapt his game I personally am not a big hitter but if you type in, it really pummeled.
    have you tried other models before buying it?
    Istanbul signature (superb), Zildjian A, K, and a lot of cymbals in the store. The Sabian is one of my favorites. I never sold it.
    How do you value?
    a bit expensive but it's good!
    With experience, the choice would you do?
    without a doubt. It has become indispensable in my set.
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