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Sabian Neil Peart Paragon Ride Cymbal
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Sabian Neil Peart Paragon Ride Cymbal

An extra-heavy ride model with solid bell, and strong, clear-cutting stick definition.

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Submitted July 20, 2007 by a customer from YAHOO.COM
"PARAGON VS HH RAW BELL DRY RIDE"
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GREAT AS A PRIMARY CYMBAL FOR GOOD CLEAN SOUND. PROJECTS WELL WITH MINIMAL OVERTONES. CAN TAKE A HUGE BEATING W/O WASHING OUT. LACKS CHARACTER FOR A "JAZZY" SITUATION. SIMILAR SOUND FOR CHEAPER $$ IS A ZILDJIAN A CUSTOM PING RIDE (PARAGON SOUNDS SLIGHTLY BETTER). DEFINATELY CONSIDER SABIAN HH RAW BELL DRY RIDE --- HUGE BELL IS FUN AND DRY STICKING SOUNDS GREAT. TO DO AGAIN, WOULD GO HH RBDR ALL OF THE WAY. CYA
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Christian anything
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Submitted June 24, 2006 by a customer from eartlink.net
"clean sound"
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side by side vs zildjian at the local store , this sounded great! wish they had a smaller 20". nice ping , not much overtones , it won't over power others in the band when they do solo etc. i think its great from jazz-r/b-funk-rock , but a very controlled sound.
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wish it came in 20"
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active
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r/b funk
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