#1
ok so my new years resolution was to use it a lot more than i am just now
but i got totally stumped when i was attempting to tab a song
i realised(and this is a major flaw in my musical knowledge)that i dont actually know what drums are in a bog-standard drum kit
and i was wondering if any of you UGers could tell me
i know this is a guitar website but i was hoping that someone could help me
thank you very much
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#2
Power tab is better.
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#4
Bass/kick drum, snare drum, usually three toms but GP has got 5 I think, hi-hats, crash cymbals, ride cymbal, chinese cymbal, splash cymbal, and of course a cowbell.
#8
Power tab is only better in the cost, it's as good as a 2 year old drawing otherwise :p
#10


Here

The numbers correspond to what your putting on the fretboard (for the drums)
So a kick snare beat would be 36-40-36-40 etc.
Poop.


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#11
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Power tab is only better in the cost, it's as good as a 2 year old drawing otherwise :p

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#12
thanks all

and i know its a pretty weak resolution but i need to practise more and mebbie if i use it more then ill hopefully practise more lol
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#13
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thanks all

and i know its a pretty weak resolution but i need to practise more and mebbie if i use it more then ill hopefully practise more lol

I do the opposite, i write music more than i practice it, which is bad.
#15
There needs to be more cowbell, in my opinion.
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