Crescent cymbals at Winter NAMM 2018
video date: February 09, 2018
Crescent cymbals at Winter NAMM 2018
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For the first time since Sabian officially acquired Crescent cymbals on January 31, 2015, the cymbal brand founded by drummers Michael Vosbein, Stanton Moore, Jeff Hamilton, and Bill Norman found its way to the Sabian booth at the Winter NAMM Show. In this video Mark Love, Sabian's Director of Research & Product Development, takes you through all the cymbals that were on display for the first time.

Included are Jeff Hamilton?s Hammertone Series like the 14" Hihat, the 20" and 22" Hammertone ride and his China. Mark Love also demos Stanton Moore's Pang Thang Cymbal and Trash Crash and a lot of the
You will also see and hear most of the cymbals from the Element Series: the 20 & 22 rides, the Hihats, the 16 and 18" smash crashes and much more.

Even more interesting is how Mark Love explains how Stanton Moore's cymbals sound different from the other cymbals in the Crescent line because of the lathing on the bottom of his cymbals.

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