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The Evolution Of The Drum Set

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4 hours ago, Ross62 said:

Enjoy.

My original teacher is on long service leave overseas so as his fill in I chose a guy who went to Juilliard although that's not why I chose him.It's because he was my old percussion teacher and he knows his stuff but he's cruisey too.

Sounds good. Wish I could, but I really can't afford a teacher these days. ☹️

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On 10/23/2018 at 9:39 PM, Ross62 said:

 

 

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Love this movie. Otis Sistrunk (of the Oakland Raiders) gets a butter pat on the head. 😄

 

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^Funky.

I was asked to play the Bo Diddley beat recently and thought I had a fairly good idea of how to play it but it just wasn't sounding right.

So I found this..

 

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On 11/9/2018 at 3:49 PM, Ross62 said:

^Funky.

I was asked to play the Bo Diddley beat recently and thought I had a fairly good idea of how to play it but it just wasn't sounding right.

So I found this..

 

Really cool to figure that out. :)

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18 hours ago, redrum said:

Really cool to figure that out. :)

Oh yeah,it's a curse being OCD and researching a lot of things but the band appreciates beats played right too. 

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5 hours ago, Ross62 said:

Oh yeah,it's a curse being OCD and researching a lot of things but the band appreciates beats played right too. 

I'm working on the snare drum solos by Art Bernstein in Drumhead magazine. It's all the things I never learned before or the teachers didn't seem to think I needed to learn them. Paradiddles, flams, ruffs, drags, flam taps, long rolls, short rolls, dynamics, repeats, etc. It takes me a while, but I love figuring this stuff out. :)

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