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NAMM 2010: Sabian launch Brass Cymbals for beginners
Responding to the universal demand for quality cymbals at all price points, SABIAN has introduced SBr, a new series of brass cymbals designed to offer improved quality and value for the entry level drummer. Produced from a special-formula brass alloy at the SABIAN plant in Canada, the budget-priced SBr is available in a full range of popular sizes and models, each featuring deep, large-peen hammering and pinpoint lathing. SBr is available exclusively in Natural Finish. The cymbals will be on display at the 2010 NAMM Show in Anaheim, Calif., January 14 – 17, 2010 at the SABIAN booth, number 3254.
Said SABIAN Master Product Specialist Mark Love, “SBr offers a new, higher quality of brass cymbal and sound for the entry level drummer. Despite its budget price, this series has been designed as a value-added cymbal that sets a new standard for quality at this price point in the brass category. To ensure this level of quality, SBr features the same hand-guided, high-pressure hammering and traditional hand lathing applied to more expensive professional cymbals.”
The SBr series includes hi-hats, splashes, crashes, and rides. Also available are ‘Sonically Matched’ pre-packs including the Performance Set (14” hi-hats, 16” crash, 20” ride), the First Pack (13” hi-hats, 16” crash), and the 2-Pack (14” hi-hats, 18” crash ride).
Audience: Entry Level Price Point: Budget Metal: Brass Hammering: Jumbo Peen Lathing: Pinpoint Finish: Natural Sizes: 10”,13”,14”,16”,18”,20”
Model #: 10” Splash SBR1005 13” Hi-Hats SBR1302 14” Hi-Hats SBR1402 16” Crash SBR1606 18” Crash Ride SBR1811 20” Ride SBR2012 First Pack SBR5001 Two Pack SBR5002 Performance Set SBR5003Posted on 15 Jan 2010 01:02 to category : Instruments News
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