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Neil Sanderson Of Three Days Grace Switches To Sabian

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Three Days Grace Drummer Selects a Mix of HHX, Vault and AA Series Cymbals

MEDUCTIC, Canada (July 17, 2007) — Neil Sanderson, drummer with Canadian alternative metal/post-grunge band Three Days Grace is now a member of the SABIAN International Artist Program. Since topping the charts with numerous singles, going platinum with its self-titled debut album and reaching further into the global market with its sophomore chart buster, One-X, Three Days Grace has firmly established itself as a band in the upper ranks of today’s rock hierarchy.

L-R, Sabian’s Terry Ryan With Neil Sanderson

Commented Terry Ryan, SABIAN Canadian sales & artist relations manager: “It’s great to have Neil Sanderson playing SABIAN. Not only are he and his band, Three Days Grace, great representatives of what’s happening in today’s music, Neil is a fine player who knows what he wants from his cymbals.”

In keeping with his hard-hitting style, Neil’s cymbal set-up includes a mix of HHX, Vault and AA series cymbals.

Said Neil: “Being Canadian, I’ve known about SABIAN since I was a kid. Not only do a lot of my favorite drummers play SABIAN, but the innovative ideas coming out of the SABIAN Vault — like HHX and AAX — are good indicators of just how devoted the company is to ensuring players like me have the cymbals we need. Those cymbals not only sound great, they’re really tough and don’t break. Plus there are so many sounds to choose from. SABIAN is everything a drummer could ask for.”
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