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Sabian B8 Pro Cymbal Performance Pack
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The Sabian B8 Pro Cymbal Performance Pack gives you 14" medium hi-hats, 16" medium crash, and a 20" medium ride. Excellent cut, clarity, and durabili...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Sabian B8 Pro Cymbal Performance Pack gives you 14" medium hi-hats, 16" medium crash, and a 20" medium ride. Excellent cut, clarity, and durability.
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Most Liked Positive Review
I am a backup drummer in my band, so I mostly play guitar. But when our drummer used these cymbals instead of the ones I had been using, (A ZBT Crash and paise...Read complete review
I am a backup drummer in my band, so I mostly play guitar. But when our drummer used these cymbals instead of the ones I had been using, (A ZBT Crash and paise 101 hats) I was astounded! these things rock! Don't get me wrong, the ones I use are great and I highly suggest them, but the B8 Pro's are a good way to go. I haven't used many large cymbals (My setup is a 10" paiste 802 splash, a 14" Zildjian ZBT Crash, and 14" Paiste 101 Hat's) so that might be the reason I liked these, because of the volume and power w/o the sacrifice of tone quality and the addiition of alot of ringy overtones. These are an overall good buy. I would suggest the 802 splash to go w/ these(I luckily got one before they went out of stock, hopefully you did too!)
Most Liked Negative Review
Good for beginner
OK...these cymbals are good if you have no idea what good cymbals sound like. I have been playing for four years now and the only thing I can comment on is the...Read complete review
OK...these cymbals are good if you have no idea what good cymbals sound like. I have been playing for four years now and the only thing I can comment on is the hi-hats.( The hi-hats are complete punk/ reggae matrial) Right up my alley and I think the are the only beautiful thing in this set. The ride has that annoying after-ring to it and it never stops..the crash is alright but it's not impressive...the hats are the only thing worth it in this set. But if you are looking for start up cymbals, go for it.
Reviewed by 32 customers
These cymbals simply make me happy. No complaints. Great cymbals. I got a free 18" with the pack I bought and I love that cymbal. I was alittle unsure of a crash that size but I love it, use it more than the 16". Overall these cymbals are spanking, great sound. Sabian gets not one but two cookies for these cymbals!
These cymbals are defintiely good for the price. The crash sounds the best out of the whole set to me. The ride isn't too bad either. The hi-hats could use a little work but nothing unbearable. Great deal.
I used to own them. Do not get me wrong I miss them because they sounded excellent to me even though there are more expensive packs out there. I'm going to get a new drum kit from DW and some Sabian B8's they sound good and are very durable, if you know how to stike a cymbal properly, no cracking, and I played them with Drum Corp sticks. Excellent deal.
I purchased these cymbals about two years ago when I started playing. They are incredible! The ride produces a crisp attack with a small, but audible ride, the 16" crash is full-bodied and explosive, and the hats produce a clean "check" with loud and cutting sounds. I say these are perfect for starting out with. Even better than Zildjian ZBTs and Paiste 101s.
these cymbals are pretty good. i got them just starting out a beginner now i'm pretty good and it seems like the cymbals have gotten better with me. the ride is crazy loud, the crash is nice and quick, i dig the splash it came with too good for fillers and cool stuff. all in all these are good. i'm lookin to expand my collection and get the AA metal expansion pack. i'm sure it will rock even more than it does now.
Ok over all if your looking for better cymbals then generic brands that come with your starter kit these are it. When i first took these home and played them i had to get used to the new sound because of the **** cymbals i had before but when i did i loved them. They have a great sound. The crash has a sharp sound to it that you can hear really good over the guitar and bass wile playing gigs the ride is very good but can have a annoying pingy sound sometimes when you get a little close to the bell. Over all if you need decent cheap cymbals these are it. Great overall and great for the price.
For an entry-level set of cymbals, these are fine. They are not nearly as articulate as the AA and other more expensive Sabians, and the finish is not as nice. They are very crisp and have a lot of attack. Not a bad buy, better I would think for a "crasher" than a more refined drummer.
I own them and I think they are great. They give off a clean sound. I use them for jazz, rock and sometimes at chruch. I don't really like the sound of them with wood tip sticks but with nylon it's a sound you can't beat. I suggest beginner to pro get them. It's worth it.
The drummer for my band Tragic Ending uses these cymbals and i absolutely think they are the best for the price. Ours are really old and worn in, they have to be at least 4 or 5 years old and there are no signs of cracking or anything. We got them from a friend who was generous enough to give us his drums. The sound of this set is great, and quality shows after holding up for so long. If you play Emocore, or Hardcore, or any other form of heavy music I recommend these over Zildians anyday, they just sound better, and last longer, period.
Great set of cymbals for beginner or high level drummers. Buying cymbals should be based on style and the sound you like, not on how expensive a cymbal is, and these sound great. and they aren't going to cost you an arm and a leg.