HH Remastered delivers more hammering, more complexity, and more tone.
HH Thin Crash
Full-bodied musical response is low, dark and warm but with rapid decay.
"The HH crashes are my personal favorites. They each have a smooth, warm tone with a touch of complexity, which makes them
sound older than they are-like they've already been broken in from a few hundred hours of play. The 16" crash hits fast and quick with a flashy, dark, and explosive attack, and then it gets out of the way with a short but balanced decay." - Michael Dawson
"There is plenty of definition in the attack of these crashes, whether riding or crashing. They are not excessively loud but have plenty of presence and a warmth to their sound. They seem to possess just the right frequency range to sit well and not be overbearing in almost any musical situation." - Tom Bradley
"I tried a HH 16-inch that sounded very consistent with the rest of the line. It produced fast crashes and decays, a bit on
the dark side and never overwhelming. On listening back to some recordings, it blended nicely with the other cymbals when going for louder passages with lots of crashes. I could hear the punchy attack and quick fades on the loud shout-type sections, making for a punctuated wash of sound." - Matt Kern
Sabian has TWO years warranty against manufacturing flaws, starting from date of the purchase.
This is a pre-order which ships out from the supplier within one month.