Monday, 24 December 2012 02:35I've been trying to keep a beat with my hands and feet for some time now. I'm not sure when I started; but I had a snare drum and bass drum at home growing up. I tried.
I'm still not where I want to be. But I'm happy I'm drumming again.
Bernard "Pretty" Purdie: Ghostnotes - YouTube
The Funky Drummer Beat (For Beginners) - YouTube
Drum RudimentsVic Firth Presents: 40 Essential Rudiments
Reading Rhythm - YouTube - a video walk through to Progressive Steps to Syncopation for the Modern Drummer
Progressive Steps to Syncopation for the Modern Drummer: Ted Reed: 0038081151816: Amazon.com: Books
How to practice snare drum (PDF)
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Hellfire Electronic Drum Systems - KRIGG V2 Kick Trigger Released!
How much noise does it make? [Archive] - DRUMMERWORLD OFFICIAL DISCUSSION FORUM
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E-kick with little foot print - Electronic Drum Zone - [DFO] Drum Forum - Vintage and Modern Drumming Community - KicKAT and triggera mentions; other interested parties..
krigg beaterless kick trigger - DrumChat.com - Drummer Forum / DRUM FORUM for Drums - Pix or it didn't happen!
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Yamaha DTX562KDTX562K - DTX502 Series - Electronic Drum Kit - Drums - Musical Instruments - Products - Yamaha United States
DTXPANSION! - community support for your yamaha dtx drums.
Yamaha DTX502/562K Electronic Kit – Drum! - article from drum magazine on dtx502562k
DTX562K - FAQs - Yamaha United States
making your drums portablethe electronic kit I got came with cables fit to length... and that wasn't leaving much room for change in arrangement. I am still trying to figure out the best way to setup my kit. I need longer wires; more piping; easier to turn knobs on the pvc joints, travel bag/case? I'd like to be able to treat my ekit as a kit that I can easily tear down transport and setup quickly. out of the box, my Yamaha DTX560 isn't as portable and easy to tear down and setup as I would have liked.
Working Drummer Podcast
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