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NAMM 2013: Sabian Announce Cymbal Vote Winners
And here they are: The AAX Air Splash available in 8" or 10" and the AAX X-Plosion Hats available in 14"and 16". They will be joined by the AAX 18" Freq Crash and the AA Bash Ride in 21" and 24". The AAX Air Splash deliver a cutting splash that will open up and breathe, they'll have plenty of substance and depth. The AAX X-plosion Hats will deliver great foot chick and are both Open and loud whilst retiaing a tight and articulate tone. Sabian's AAX Freq Crash has a unique cutting sound that is both loud and dynamic. The AA Bash Ride is extremely light despit it's footprint and will deliver a huge stage devouring sound retining its subtlety and melody. Keep up with all the latest Drum Product launches at this year's NAMM show with Gear4music.Posted on 25 Jan 2013 13:21 to category : Instruments News
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