Sabian 16'' XSR O-Zone Crash - Long & McQuade Musical Instruments
  Main Menu

Sabian 16'' XSR O-Zone Crash

Departments > Drums > Cymbals > Crash Cymbals > Sabian > 16'' XSR O-Zone Crash
Add to Wish List
SKU: # 516867
Model: #

XSR1600B

Your Price: $184.99 CDN
2 models to choose from:

Online

In-Store

Crafted from pure Sabian B20 Bronze using trickle-down technology from our award-winning Evolution and X-Plosion cymbals, XSR delivers unprecedented sound and performance at a price designed to fit your cymbal budget. No other cymbal even comes close.

Using the XSR Fast Crash as a starting point, SABIAN has applied the highly-effective and successful B8 Pro double-ring O-Zone hole design to a B20 cast cymbal for the first time. The result is a darker, quicker effects crash with more white noise and more pure attack. The response-enhancing holes allow this radical effects crash to respond rapidly with a combination of bright explosion and dirty agitation, delivering even attack that is aggressive, raw and nasty. Makes an ideal stacker over the XSR Chinese!

Great crash/trash cymbal2 of 2 customers found this review helpful

FeaturesProduct ratingProduct ratingProduct ratingProduct ratingProduct rating
QualityProduct ratingProduct ratingProduct ratingProduct ratingProduct rating
ValueProduct ratingProduct ratingProduct ratingProduct ratingProduct rating
OverallProduct ratingProduct ratingProduct ratingProduct ratingProduct rating
Product ExperienceI own it
Closest StoreKanata, Ontario
I've been using a dark K crash for years, I've been looking for something like my Zildjian A EFX to put on the other end of the kit to replace that K crash. This cymbal proven to be perfect. It mixes really nicely with the Zildjian EFX, offers a slightly different tone with the same quality, perhaps a bit harsher. I'm very happy with the purchase. Looks like quality is very good. It's also way cheaper than the Zildjian although I wouldn't replace the Zildjian with this one.
Posted by Kris on Apr 9, 2018
Was this review helpful?    flag review