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Sabian Neil Peart Paragon China
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Designed with the Rush drummer!

The 19" has a small bell, a high bow, and an extremely wide-lipped edge that is HHX-hammered, for a more traditional Oriental look and sound. The heavier 20" has a drier, more direct response.

Sabian Neil Peart Paragon China

North American Warranty Sabian cymbals are guaranteed against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of two years from the date of purchase on all Sabian series except Solar by Sabian which has a 6 month warranty period If after inspection by Sabian personnel it is determined that the cymbal failed under normal use, a replacement cymbal of the same size and series will be provided free of charge. To obtain warranty service, ship the cymbals prepaid along with a copy of the dated proof of purchase to the following; In the USA. Sabian Inc, 100 Enterprise Drive, Marshfield, MA. 02050 Please call 1-800-81-SABIAN and request an RA # Please allow 4-6 weeks for processing and return shipping. The above pertains to Sabian cymbals purchased in North America. As warranty laws vary from country to country, you will need to check with the dealer where you purchased the cymbal for warranty details in any country outside North America, as the warranty is administered by the Sabian distributor in the respective country. Warranty replacements for cymbals purchased in Canada and the USA can not be shipped outside the USA and Canada.

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  • im diggn it

    As reviewed by joel on 7/23/2007

    I bought teh 19 inch china about a year ago and it sounds just as good now as it did the day i bought it. its super loud and left my ears ringing for hours. it has a super dry sound to it and is ideal for breakdowns( if your in a band). downside is that the sound drones on longer than id like. id like the sound to be fast, but i love that china. i bough it and so should you. dam that was corny, but seriously, its an awsome cymbal and you will be pleased

    15 of 23 people found this review helpful.
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  • when you think china, you're imagining the paragon 19"

    As reviewed by Rob on 10/16/2008

    I recently got rid of my trusted old Wuhan since I hadn't played any metal for a while and didn't have much call for it, but the 19" paragon has convinced me that a china need not be relegated as a limited "effect". The dynamic range and versatility of this cymbal rivals that of a good ride, and in fact it sounds great playing ostenatos. I asked the salesman to play it with a full kit and was surprised to hear it produce a dark, complex, jazzy sizzle with a full frequency response at pianissimo. At fortissimo, the response is instant with plenty of sustain, finally fading out in a smooth, even taper. The stick response is initially soft and buttery, increasing in resilience as you apply greater force. The effect is extremely satisfying, like a well tuned touring suspension that will respond in the curves without jarring your teeth loose at every bump in the road. This cymbal sounds like a china should sound- full, rich, complex, dynamic, and edgy. as a former drum shop manager, I've heard and played a lot of gear. No other china I've heard combines tone, responsiveness, and feel so seamlessly. It's a pleasure to play, and worth every penny

    9 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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  • Not for me.

    As reviewed by breeum on 4/9/2011

    first off this cymbal was the 5th china ive added to my kit and coming in among a 2002 thin, HHX evolution, K Custom, and an A Custom is walking into the lions den for a china. now the 19 inch paragon doesnt sound "bad" i just dont like the sound. its incredibly washy to the point where its obnoxious and its incredibly loud to the point where it drowns out my other cymbals i does however have a neat sound, just not what im looking for

    0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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