you need Drum Lessons?
We are all born with different levels of natural talent.
Some drummers are relatively self-taught and others require drum lessons
from the beginning. Some get formal instruction in in their school band
and others just pick it up along the way through friends or maybe through
their church. Regardless of your situation, drum lessons come in handing
when you want to pick up the pace a little bit and get a little more
serious about drumming.
you're a beginner drummer or have been playing for years, it's always
a good idea to try and better yourself on the instrument. You'll not
even feel better about your drumming as you progress but your band will
thank you! Enjoy
our many resources and links to drumming
books and dvds. We'll guide you to the most basic to the msot advance
drumming and percussion topics where you can find everything from standard
to helpful drumset tabs. Drummer dvds make great gifts for drummers.
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Learn about how to play
the drums from rudimental drumming lessons to drumset lessons.
Find beginning to advanced lessons on drum beats, drum fills, how to play
a drum solo and more!
- Don't just
go to the first music store you see. Get recommendations from
friends or other drummers.
- If your first
teacher doesn't feel right to you, don't be afraid to try someone
- Check to
see if the teacher has a degree or a vast amount of experience.
There are a lot of unqualified teachers out there. Just because
they're teaching doesn't mean they're good teachers.
- Aside from
music stores, you can also find teachers at colleges and through
- Don't expect
to learn drums overnight. Like any worthwhile venture, it takes
- After taking
lessons for awhile with one teacher, try another one. You'll be
surprised how different they are regarding their approach. You'll
likely learn a lot of new things.
- Many drummers
tend to buy dvds for drum lessons rather than seeking out a teacher.
While this will save you some money, one-on-one instruction is
recommended as a supplement to learning.
about Drum Lessons
Drum Lessons or DVD's?
It's an ongoing debate. As technology grows, it's become
easier and easier to access just about anything online remotely. But
with technology also comes some sacrifice. It's no big secret that we
give up the 'human' element - the touch, the feel and the nuance of
one on one lessons that a live instructor offers. Here at Drumming.com,
we're a proponent of personal instruction with a live human being (imagine
that!) as it offers so much more. It also develops real friendships.
Yes, of course it's more expensive but we would argue, well worth every
penny assuming you have the right teacher.
Think of all the other drum lessons as supplements to your invaluable
one-on-one training. You can always pick up a DVD or watch some free
drum videos online but the individual, private tutoring can really zero
in on your specific needs with laser focus and personal attention. This
has been proven to get you to your goals faster with greater efficiency
as private drum teachers can also hold you accountable. If you have
questions about private instruction or finding the right drum teacher
for lessons, call us at 1-804-273-1353. We'll assist in any way that
Drumming DVDs and more at Drummer DVDs .com
all things drumming at Drumming.com: Styles include African
drumming, Latin drumming, rudimental drumming, double bass drumming,
and more. We offer paid and free drum lessons for all ages beginner
to advanced. Find tips and lessons on drumming technique, jazz drumming,
hand drumming and even country drumming. You'll find links to drum
rudiments and lesson instruction for beginner drums to advanced. You'll
also find numerous styles like japanese drumming, punk drumming, funk
drumming and, blues drumming. Drumming.com offers numerous drum resources
and drum lessons, drum tabs, articles, news, and more.
Why Can't I Get Any Better at Drums?
It's a common complaint among drummers. "I practice
a lot but don't seem to be getting any better." they'll say. While
it may seem daunting, the answer is usually simple. Most drummers do
not stick to a strict practice routine. They'll start off with a beat
or a fill but before they get it down, they'll start jamming and playing
things they already know. It's a common problem and all it takes is
a bit more discipline. Make yourself finish the lesson for that day
before you start playing anythng else. Then come back to it often. Repetition
is the name of the game.
stumbling block is a lack of a game plan. Just as in business, it's
important to define your future. Determine your specific goals. What
do you want to acheive as a drummer? Then map out a game plan that leads
you on a straight path toward that destination. When the game plan is
unclear, you are less likely to be able to stay on that path and you're
practicing will not be as effective.
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