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Medium Thin Sabian Cymbals

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They say competition is a good thing, and there's no better proof of that in the percussion industry than Sabian. The company was founded in 1981 by Robert Zildjian, in a dramatic split from the family business. They've been racing to beat each other at the cymbal-making game ever since, which works out great for us, since it leads to a steady stream of new cymbal innovations to try out. It also means we get regular refreshes of the old classics, so no matter how ambitious you are about your cymbal sound, you can probably find a good fit in the lineup of Sabian medium-thin cymbals. Not too light but not too heavy, these cymbals are a nice, happy medium for drummers in need of high versatility.

Figuring out Sabian's cymbal family is as easy as learning their naming strategy. Most of the cymbals are labelled "HH" for "hand-hammered," or "AA" for "automated anvil." If it's a vintage-style cymbal, you'll get those letters by themselves, like in the Sabian HH Garage Ride or the Sabian AA Medium Thin Crash. When you get them with an "X" attached - the Sabian HHX Plosion Crash Cymbal and the Sabian AAX Memphis Ride Cymbal, for example - that means you're looking at a modern edition. Of course, there are some options here that go outside the usual naming scheme, like Neil Peart's signature Paragon series or the top-of-the-line Artisans, but knowing how to identify the basic models is a good place to start.

The most important thing is that, with so many impressive varieties to choose from, Sabian medium-thin cymbals will always have you covered when you're looking for a cymbal that's on the lighter side but still has a good amount of weight and power behind it. They'll deliver a nice balance between the fullness and speed of a light cymbal and the sustain and stick definition of a heavy one, and that makes them a good fit for just about any genre. Take a look at all the options and see for yourself!
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