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Sabian Quiet Tone Practice Cymbal Set - 14"/16"/20"

QuietCreated specifically for low volume sessions, Quiet Tone Practice Cymbals Set QTPC503 includes a big Ride cymbal set-up of 14" Hi-Hats, 16" Crash and 20" Ride.


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MSRP: Old Price $627.00 Discounted Price $319.99 Save : $307.01 (49%)
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Home practice is especially hard for most drummers because the instrument is loud. Using cymbal mutes actually disrupts technique because they change the way you play. Sabian Quiet Tone Practice Cymbals solve that issue, providing a practice cymbal with the natural motion and feel of a traditional one, at greatly reduced volume.

Traditional Feel:
Designed to respond and sustain like traditional cymbals - right down to their clearly defined bell - so drummers won't have to change the way they play. Their true-to-life response and sustain, and clear, natural-sounding bell means drummers won't have to hit and play harder than they do during performances.

Durable and Quiet:
Quiet Tone Practice Cymbals are manufactured from a tough, durable alloy that won't dent or break, making them the best choice in low-volume cymbals. These cymbals are perforated, allowing the volume to be reduced.

  • QTPC503 includes 14” Hi-Hats, 16” Crash and 20” Ride for a practice set-up with a big Ride cymbal
  • True-to-life response and sustain so you don’t have to change the way you play
  • Clearly defined and natural bell tone never sounds muffled or dead
  • Manufactured from tough alloy that won’t dent or break
  • Quality protected by Sabian 2-year warranty

Get your Sabian Quiet Tone Practice Cymbal Set today at the guaranteed lowest price from Sam Ash Direct with our 45-day return and 60-day price protection policy.

Things You Will Get:

  • 20" Quiet Tone Ride
  • 16" Quiet Tone Crash
  • 14" Quiet Tone Hi-Hats

Exactly what they are meant to be


Just to be straight, these are PRACTICE cymbals. They are QUIET. I would never consider playing out with these, even in a coffee house scenario. Maybe others would, but I would not. If that was the purpose of these, I would not go 5 stars. I had a set of Gen16's. The cymbals were OK for practice, I was not very happy with the sounds the processor made. I figured I could sell the Gen16's as a set, so I looked into the different practice cymbals out there. I am in a single family house, but have old neighbors very close. I don't need the quietest cymbals, so I figured I'd shoot for the ones that were the most pleasing to my ears. For crash cymbals, the L80's and these are fairly similar. I actually wound up creating a set with these Quiet Tones and a couple of L80s to get some different sounds mixed in. Where the Sabians excel is in the ride and, to a lesser extent, the hi-hats. I liked the sounds of both of them, but the bell on the Sabian ride is NOTABLY better than the L80. Once I decided on the Sabians, this set from Sam Ash (sold as used, but could easily have passed for brand new) was BY FAR the best deal out there. Very happy with the purchase.



Too quiet


Nice cymbals just not loud enough for me little too quiet



Quiet, but not too quiet.


I use this with the DW Practice Kit pads. It works well and is not super loud. I would say you can play this anytime before 10 PM and the neighbors should not complain. After that, you might get evicted.



The Best Practice Cymbals


I love these Sabian Quiet tone cymbals. They have a nice bright tone to them, and they have a realistic feel like regular cymbals. I love that I can replace these and still practice my movements without changing how I play!! I love the 20" ride, it has a larger bell that sounds really good. I also like the silver look of the cymbals, very unique. Unlike other brands, this pack comes with an actual 20" ride cymbal verses an 18" crash/ride. Also, the cost of these cymbals are cheaper than other brands for the same type of 3 cymbal set package deal. I would recommend this set to any of my apartment drumming friends! Drummers are always looking for better ways to practice, and the Sabian Quiet Tone cymbals will help you do that and sound good! This is a product review by Rocky at Sam Ash Music in Indianapolis, IN at store #57.


Indianapolis, IN


Quiet Tone Practice Cymbal Set - 14"/16"/20"

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Cymbal Type Multi-Pack
Cymbal Material Stainless Steel
Cymbal Timbre Bright
Cymbal Finish Brilliant
Cymbal Volume Muted
Cymbal Sustain Short
Cymbal Size 14" ,  16" ,  20"
Series Quiet Tone Series
Model QTPC503
Warranty Info:

All Sabian B8, B8X, XSR, FRX, QuietTone, AA, AAX, HH, HHX, Artisan and Paragon cymbal series are guaranteed against defects in workmanship and materials for a period of 2 years from original date of purchase. SABIAN SBr cymbals are guaranteed against defects in workmanship and materials for a period of 1 year from original date of purchase. Sabian SR2 cymbals are guaranteed against defects in workmanship and materials for a period of 90 days from original date of purchase.

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