I have no idea what brands are good to buy a drum set from or what is even a good price for a set? or if since im just starting i should even buy one until I know more…Im just generally confused about drums as a whole…can someone tell me how to get started please?
DOWNLOAD THE FULL DRUM CHART HERE – www.videos.drumstheword.com Download quality, high definition full length song tutorials straight to your hard drive or iPod at www.videos.drumstheword.com In this video I will be showing you how to play the drums along to “Life In Technicolour ii” by Coldplay, performed by drummer Will Champion. I have chosen to play the right hand parts on the Hi-Hat and not the floor tom so that the bass drum can be heard more clearly. Simply replace any Hi-Hat parts with floor tom when playing this yourself. I have chosen to demonstrate for you only the main drum beats and fills within the song…both slowly and up to speed. The drum notation will be appearing at the bottom of the screen as I play the parts. Thechart has been written out in full drum notation and has purposefully avoided the use of repeats and 1st and 2nd time endings for ease of reading and navigation. This means that every single bar of the song has been written out in full from start to finish. Some of the sections have been given suggested sticking examples, written below the notation, to help you perform the parts easier. The different sections of the song (Verse, Chorus etc.) have been labelled on the chart for ease of navigation. Enjoy! For many other FREE drum lessons, videos, articles, drum charts, ideas and lots of drumming inspiration please visit http
I am 14 years old and am wondering whether i should learn to play drums or guitar. A few years ago i use to play guitar but i had to stop because of hockey. i wasn’t very good but i am wondering what to learn to play. My brother and my neighbor who is the same ago both play guitar.
Play drums with the match grip stick holding technique; learn how with tips from our expert drum and percussion instructor in this free drum kit video music lesson. Expert: Frank Favacho Contact: www.bluehandpercussion.com Bio: Frank Favacho is the 2004 & 2005 winner of the “Guitar Center Drum Off” and has performed and recorded with a large variety of groups. He currently teaches in Austin, TX. Filmmaker: EV studios
There are many ways to play a djembe drum. Learn how to discover new sounds on a djembe in this free African drum video from a musician. Expert: Jan Sebon Contact: www.thegoddessstore.com Bio: Jan Sebon is a poet, musician, teacher and media personality who continues to define the Haitian experience with a unique voice based on his own life experiences and culture. Filmmaker: Paul Muller
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