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Sabian announce improved B8 Pro cymbals
Since 1991, the Sabian B8 Pro series has become the go-to cymbals for many drummers thanks to their tonally focused sound.
Covering a wide range of cymbal types including Hi-Hats, Crash, Ride, Splash, China, Hand Cymbals and complete sets, the B8 Pro range also stand at the right price-point for quality bronze cymbals.
By using the same approach to design as seen amongst higher-end Sabian Cymbals, the new B8 Pro series punch well above their weight:
"The knowledge and techniques we have acquired by producing some of the world?s best cymbals - such as the HHX and Artisan series - don't get forgotten when we come to the design table for B8 Pro," says Mark Love, Sabian's senior product specialist.
Improvements to the range include a new, larger hammering pattern and subtle design changes to the bell which result in an overall more complex and significantly improved tone.
The B8 Pro's are fully-protected by Sabian's two-year warranty and feature an exclusive Brilliant Finish.Posted on 30 Dec 2010 12:10 to category : Instruments News
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