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Sabian AAX O-Zone Splash 10''
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Splash Cymbal from Sabian belonging to the AAX series.

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  • Sabian AAX O-Zone Splash 10''Publié le 03/11/09 à 03:41
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    It's been a month since I use this cymbal, and besides its good looks I was rather skeptical ... Error! It possesses a rather thin, which fits naturally into a whole. I already had a paiste alpha 10 ", and compared the paiste has a more striking, like a crash very very short. This is not the case here. Its a great finesse. For cons, I bourrines not recommend that ...
    I remake that choice without hesitation. It offers a true tone color and more. Only "defect" to me she is fine! At the beginning I was thinking twice before typing it, but the handling is quick. For you to fit in with the cymbal and the cymbal will fit you ...
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