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The Drumset Musician: Updated & Expanded The Musical Approach to Learning Drumset
Description(Drum Instruction). Named one of the "25 Timeless Drum Books" by Modern Drummer magazine, this book contains hundreds of practical beats and fills, and teaches how to apply a variety of grooves and fills to the performance of songs. The accompanying audio tracks include demos and 18 play-along songs covering a wide range of rock, blues, and pop styles, with detailed instructions on how to create exciting, solid drum parts.
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Discussed in Question for drummers in the TalkBass community
Yeah, foot work is pretty complex. Heck, how you sit and balance on the throne alone can impact your feet -- if you're having to use your feet to hold yourself up, you're causing all kinds of issues (as an example). Feet should be able to "hover". How the entire set is built up around him is important, also. What works ... ... more
Lots of stuff in your post that I'll look at closely. The throne is a bit high at its lowest position, maybe not a bad thing if he should be able to hover a bit. He seems to be in a tip-toe looking position, slightly forward leaning, heel up at the bass pedal. Should I redirect him with any of that? It's probably hard to ... ... more
Discussed in Dingwall Owners Club in the TalkBass community
Like most other music instruments (unless you're my wife, who can pick anything up and play it well... so envious of her ability to do that!), I simply got a teacher and have been ... ... more
Yeah I don't know, it felt like that joke would be funny when writing it ... After clicking on post reply I kinda hoped nobody would read it. Thanks for the link. Taking up guitar ... ... more
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