When it comes to hand hammering cymbals no two cymbals will sound the same at times. with that being said this one in particular has a very bright sound for being a dark crash. slightly used but still in great condition.
Used Sabian B8 Pro 18" Medium CrashBright sounding crash in a Brilliant finish, delivers a full-bodied response that's perfect for cutting through in a live setting. Great addition to your kit or used as your primary crash cymbal.
Awesome cymbal for a huge trashy sound! The brilliant finish also helps it cut through the mix too! Great for Pop, Gospel, Rock, etc. This is a great find! 18" are hard to find for the O-Zone Evolutions.
The Paragon line from Sabian was designed in coordination with "The Professor" from Rush Neil Peart (pronounced Peert by the way ha) This cymbal has a very musical voice, great projection and smooth feel. They definitely cut, but have a nice warmth built in as well. Very good overall condition. No dings, cracks or key holing.
They were right when they name this cymbal. It does project and it does go CRASH! 19 inches of Marshal stack crushing magnificents! This cymbal is in very good shape. The logos are pretty much intact, no dings, no dents, no chips, no salsa,no....wait, no cracks, no key holes, only pure cymbal beauty. Perfect for just about every style of music!
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