Medium Thin Sabian Cymbals
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!