Sabian 18" AAX Ozone Crash Cymbal - Brilliant  From Sabian

AAX Series cymbals deliver pure, bright shimmering tones.

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What We Think

If you're looking for a quality crash cymbal that gives you as much growl as it does shimmer, you'd do well to check out the Sabian 18" AAX Evolution O-zone Crash cymbal. Engineered with multiple 2" perforated holes, the AAX Evolution O-zone Crash offers a raw and dirty tone that sits really well in a rock mix. Need a bit of a different sound? Grab this Sabian 18" AAX Evolution O-zone Crash.

Manufacturer's Description from Sabian

Following the success of the HHX Evolution O-Zone Crash, Sabian has introduced the AAX O-Zone Crash. Featuring the innovative multi-hole O-Zone design created by the award-winning company, the AAX O-Zone Crash cymbal is a thin, highly responsive model available in three sizes: 16", 18", and 20". The 16" is perforated by six 1-1/2" holes, the 18" and 20" by eight 1-1/2" holes.

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About Manufacturer

SABIAN was founded in 1981 when Robert Zildjian - one of the world's great names in cymbal making came to the conclusion that drummers needed a better choice of cymbals. Unsatisfied with the quality, the sound and the very relevance of the cymbals being manufactured at the time, he opened SABIAN in the small eastern Canadian village of Meductic, New Brunswick.

Since that time the SABIAN Vault has become a global center for cymbal and sound innovation. And that same SABIAN innovation has resulted in an unprecedented level of choice from the most diverse offering of cymbal design ever available. As a result, modern drummers and percussionists can choose from models that range from vintage to modern, from dark to bright, from traditional to downright eclectic.