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Fast Lane Pablo



USA

May 29th, 2014 04:31 PM        

I took some drum lessons when I was 12 in summer school. Now a gazillion years later, I've decided to at least learn how to back a singer-songwriter at a jam. I have a kick, snare and hi hat and a cymbal or two. <br /> <br /> Should I concentrate on the snare for a while before I incorporate the other drums, or should I approach it as a kit? I'm going to take some lessons, but I want to make sure I have some solid fundimentals. Thoughts?



Lazmo



Australia

Jul 7th, 2014 10:12 AM        

Fast Lane Pablo⦠âa kick, snare and hi hat and a cymbal or twoâ is all you need to back a singer-songwriter at a jam⦠in fact it is all I have used at my last fifty gigs or so as for this type of gig I couldnât be bothered lugging my main kit and the lack of toms turns me into a tasteful player⦠:-) <br /> <br /> Definitely get lessons, but I would do so from a drumset perspective⦠hands and feet, not just snaredrum.<br /> <br /> Sorry it took me so long to respondâ¦<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />



Hammond101

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So. Cal. USA

Jul 11th, 2014 03:30 PM        

You might pick up a book of rudiments and work on that too. Sticking is important if you want to regain some speed.



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