Sabian Legacy Ride Cymbal  21 in.

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The Sabian Legacy Ride delivers an articulate, dark, trashy sound.

Legacy Series cymbals were developed by the legendary drummer Dave Weckl. They represent the darker side of his sound. These hand hammered cymbals feature an innovative Tone Texture response.

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Traditional depth and color meet modern clarity and articulation.

 
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SabianLegacy Ride Cymbal
 
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5.0

Great for jazz!

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from Monroe, NC

Comments about Sabian Legacy Ride Cymbal:

This ride is in my opinion the perfect jazz ride cymbal. It is very complex and has a very smokey wash, but the ping still sits on top of the wash. I would not advise someone to buy this cymbal if they were playing metal if they were going to use it as a ride, but as a crash it would be perfect. The crash sound on this cymbal is awesome and has a ton of trashy tones you just can't get from other cymbal. This cymbal wants to be played in a jazz trio of some kind. The wash, the light ping and the shoulder shanks provide a great acquisitions to any drummers cymbal bag. Sabian really out did themselves with this one.

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5.0

This is one fantastic cymbal

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from Toronto, Canada

Comments about Sabian Legacy Ride Cymbal:

Dave's extensive knowledge about tone and texture has helped to create one of the coolest cymbals to play. But if your the type of drummer that carefully chooses a cymbal for it's playability and versatility for the different types of gigs you're hired to play, contemporary pop, country, funk, gospel, swing jazz or fusion then you need to consider this one. I shutter to call this ride only because that's not the only purpose this cymbal serves. The stick definition is consistant with mimimal 'wash' that some thin rides have which causes the cymbal to increase in volume and literally get away from you. The bell is bright but not as powerful in heavier quarter note pounding kinda grooves. It is, however, great for accents. One of its best qualities is it's crashability. It's a cymbal that encourages you to play it differently within the same performance only because you can. Ride on it, accent with it and crash the top of the bar all in confidence. You'll notice a single unfinished ring on the underside of the cymbal. I think this is a control ring of sorts to play a part in keeping the thing from getting away from you when riding on it as mentioned before. Pick it up. Check it out.

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