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Sabian B8 Ride 20"
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Ride Cymbal from Sabian belonging to the B8 series.

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  • EKweelEKweel

    Sabian B8 Ride 20"Published on 12/15/06 at 01:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for a year at the time of writing this post. Obviously this is not a professional cymbal. The sound is not personified. It's a classic Ride commonplace. She is on the low-end home Sabian. But for me the bottom line at Sabian, is higher than the other low-end brands like Paiste. I recommend it for beginners who want to "better than other beginners." Now, a drummer can also integrate it confirmed a good kit, it still sounded good. If I had to find an equivalent in Paiste, I will take the 502. Very good value nonetheless, because € 100 for the 20 "knowing that it is not the worst cymbals in this range ...
    With experience, a usual, I would do this choice. Now I ride has changed for g…
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    I use it for a year at the time of writing this post. Obviously this is not a professional cymbal. The sound is not personified. It's a classic Ride commonplace. She is on the low-end home Sabian. But for me the bottom line at Sabian, is higher than the other low-end brands like Paiste. I recommend it for beginners who want to "better than other beginners." Now, a drummer can also integrate it confirmed a good kit, it still sounded good. If I had to find an equivalent in Paiste, I will take the 502. Very good value nonetheless, because € 100 for the 20 "knowing that it is not the worst cymbals in this range ...
    With experience, a usual, I would do this choice. Now I ride has changed for good, so obviously I do not buy;)
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  • Anonymous

    Sabian B8 Ride 20"Published on 09/13/07 at 17:41
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    This cymbal is versatile but it sounds too much and it gets worse over time, over her lack of harmonic and tennis resort too much for my taste.
    This is a good quality / price ratio but I think it's a cymbal to start when you do not really know the sound that you want to ride.
  • Antoine-SAntoine-S

    Sabian B8 Ride 20"Published on 03/04/08 at 15:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for a very long time, I replaced a recement AAX but I do care for remarteler.
    It is a ride "versatile" in the sense that it did not at all personal. It's good for beginners trs, it's why I had bought in a pack. but it does not really present any interest in sound is flat, tasteless. I rediscover the joy of using my ride since I bought a AAX.
    short if you are a beginner you will not go to dcu, but if you are about your passion for the instrument, if you already know more than the type of sound you are looking for then you better pay cymbal OCCAZ ca clearly have nothing to do.
    I put 5 because to the price it is still correct trs. but from the standpoint of pure sound and musica…
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    I use it for a very long time, I replaced a recement AAX but I do care for remarteler.
    It is a ride "versatile" in the sense that it did not at all personal. It's good for beginners trs, it's why I had bought in a pack. but it does not really present any interest in sound is flat, tasteless. I rediscover the joy of using my ride since I bought a AAX.
    short if you are a beginner you will not go to dcu, but if you are about your passion for the instrument, if you already know more than the type of sound you are looking for then you better pay cymbal OCCAZ ca clearly have nothing to do.
    I put 5 because to the price it is still correct trs. but from the standpoint of pure sound and musicality I would have put him in half.
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