Sabian Neil Peart 22" Paragon Ride Cymbal

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4.3

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The Neil Peart Paragon ride is an extra-heavy model, with strong, clear-cutting stick definition.

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SabianNeil Peart 22" Paragon Ride Cymbal
 
4.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Best Ride Ever!

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from STL, MO

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Pros

  • Bright Sound
  • Explosive Attack
  • Fantastic Bell
  • Responsive Feel

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Sabian Neil Peart 22" Paragon Ride Cymbal:

      I absolutely love this ride, and the whole Paragon line for that matter.I actually got it new on Ebay for [$], half of the price it sells for on this site and many others.The ride can be used for any genre. The bands I am in are of the hardcore/punk/pop-punk genres.The bell is amazing. It cuts through so well. This is a heavy sucker (over 8 lbs.)22 inches of awesomeness!

       
      4.0

      you get what you pay for

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      from austin tx

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      Pros

      • Bright Sound
      • Durable
      • Responsive Feel

      Cons

      • A bit pricey but worth it

      Best Uses

      • Good solid rock

      Comments about Sabian Neil Peart 22" Paragon Ride Cymbal:

      excellent performance strong solid sound and a good range of sounds play it hard play it slow it sounds great

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Strong, Precise, and Cutting

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      from Largo, FL

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      Pros

      • Great Sound
      • Huge Tone
      • Responsive
      • Versatile

      Cons

      • Slightly Metallic

      Best Uses

      • Jamming
      • Multi-Purpose
      • Performance

      Comments about Sabian Neil Peart 22" Paragon Ride Cymbal:

      The cymbal itself is extra heavy weight - in fact the heaviest ride Sabian makes! It also combines 3 lathing processes - AAX lathing on the top, AA lathing on the bottom, and hand hammering on the bell. Weighing in at over 8 pounds, the overall sustain of the cymbal is short with a quick decay. The ping is solid, but well defined. While it is not overly bright or dark (it sits right in the middle), it still slices through music with ease. Sticking is very defined, allowing for intricate busy-sticking without too much buildup.

      The bell is great. Due to its hand hammered surface ,it is piercing, loud, cutting, and, like the bow, well defined. The bell is also integrated, allowing you to hit it without getting a full response from the rest of the cymbal. Also, the size of the bell (about 4 inches across) and the fact that it is raised slightly higher than other rides, makes it easy to hit.

      My only problem with this cymbal was that, at times, the ride can sound a bit too metallic and clangy. This is most likely due to the fact that it is eight pounds of solid metal, but it seemed anvil-like. Other than that, the ride is more than suitable for rock music, while still maintaining a warm enough tone to be suitable for quiter playing. If you are looking for a ride with very little wash, defined sticking, and a neutral ping, this is a very good choice for you.

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