I am in the same boat as you. Always looking for good videos, blogs, books, ect on drumming. I am glad I found a forum at least. I am liking it quite a lot thus far. A lot easier than asking questions on some random blog post like I was doing.
I was reading some reviews on Amazon for books like this and was on the fence about it. Like I have no idea which one would be best.
What makes your book better than the others out there? I would be happy to give it a go if you can tell me :mrgreen:
Bookmarking this page for myself and I will check out the video for sure. You made this all very easy to understand and as someone fresh to drums, I like that! So many things I have read online over complicate it!
I wish I had gotten in to drums as a kid. Something my music teacher in highschool always said was that it is better to start on good quality than bad quality instruments. They take more of a beating and you are able to know what sounds you are really making.
From what I read it depends on the quality and the style you play but most people seem to think floor toms are the best. I am still a noob when it comes to drums so take my advice with a grain of salt haha
I had a friend in highschool. Her name was Samantha. She was a tomboy and fit in with all us guys. I can tell you one thing, she played drums better than any dude at our school! It was unbelievable. I think it is a shame women need to be reminded they can be great drummers too but I am glad to...
I am always looking for more PC based gamers to play with online. A lot of my friends went to different colleges or not at all, and we just parted ways. Most of them played on consoles anyways. I play games through Steam for the most part. I recently got that new Cuphead game and it has opened...
Saw this video and it stuck out to me. I really want to learn how to do this!
His skill level is amazing. I don't know much on him outside from him being a teacher.
I was looking at some vintage ones as well as vintage style ones and they are double, if not triple the amount of standard ones.
Is there a major difference in how they are made and what kind of music they can produce? I am just confused as to why the price range is so different here.