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Sabian AAX 15" X-plosion Fast Crash Cymbal

Sabian AAX Cymbals

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Specifications

  • Type: Crash
  • Sound: Medium Bright
  • Series: AAX
  • Size: 15"
  • Skill Level: Intermediate To Advanced
  • Weight: Extra Thin
  • Metal: B20
  • Style: Modern
  • Finish: Brilliant

Here's what the Andertons Drum Department say about AAX Cymbals

The AAx series is one of the most popular in Sabian's range, renowned for their bright, explosive nature. These cymbals have a very modern, bright sound that cuts excellently live, in the studio, best suited for louder music genres like Rock, Pop and Metal. These cymbals are made with the same techniques as their AA counterparts, but features Sabian's "Dynamic Focus", which eliminates distortion and increases the cymbal's clarity, it also makes the cymbal react the same at all volumes. This range is perfect for drummers wanting a cutting, energetic drum sound.

Here's what Sabian say about the Sabian AAX 15" X-plosion Fast Crash

Super-fast and with a full, explosive response, the X-Plosion Crash redefines the power potential for thinner cymbals, for even faster, punchier accents at all volumes.

    Mr J Clifford-Smith | Purchase date: 01 June 2011
    Rating

    The young guy took my search for a new crash cymbal very seriously . . he got about 15 out as I tried them one at a time and finally settled on the Sabian Explosion.

    I wouldn't say "Explosion" was the right word as it is similar to my two Zyldjian "Dark" crashes. The sound is rich with good attack and great tone whether hit softly or hard (which is one of the most important features for me - I have a 35 year old Paiste crash which sounds great if you wallop it but a gentle hit sounds terrible).

    Anyway - I have gigged with it and I love it!

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