#2
in before ultimate-drum.com
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#3
Quote by redneckrebel
does anyone know a site that can help teach me how to play the drums.


youtube?

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#6
what specifically do you want to learn about the drums?
what kind of style do you want to learn?
what kind of a drum set do you have?

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#9
Listen to a lot of Smashing Pumpkins and a lot of Soundgarden. Then... And only then... Will you learn to play the drums.
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#11
Quote by Mr. Rittard
what specifically do you want to learn about the drums?
what kind of style do you want to learn?
what kind of a drum set do you have?





love how you try to be really specific as to whittle down the vast amounts of drum tuition websites out there. If he wanted to learn post rock as opposed to rock he would need to find another website.

what specifically does he was to learn about drums?....how to play them maybe


what kind of drumset does he have...a wooden one possibly?
#12
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#13
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love how you try to be really specific as to whittle down the vast amounts of drum tuition websites out there. If he wanted to learn post rock as opposed to rock he would need to find another website.

what specifically does he was to learn about drums?....how to play them maybe


what kind of drumset does he have...a wooden one possibly?

Not all drums are made of wood. And it's not like one drumming style will fit for all types of music. And some websites that specify in certain types of drumming might make it easier on him. Do you play drums, Bellyache?

TS: Just look at instructional videos on youtube. If you already know how to keep time, it will help, but if not, learn how to do that. I'm sure youtube can tell you how to do that as well, but just start searching youtube. There are plenty of instructional dvds, and I'm positive most of them are on youtube by now.
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#14
Quote by bellyache


love how you try to be really specific as to whittle down the vast amounts of drum tuition websites out there. If he wanted to learn post rock as opposed to rock he would need to find another website.

what specifically does he was to learn about drums?....how to play them maybe


what kind of drumset does he have...a wooden one possibly?


SHUT IT O9'ER!
seriously though, i have no idea how you would go about with that. maybe try google?
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lol not this shit again...
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#16
Quote by Jack Off Jill
Not all drums are made of wood. And it's not like one drumming style will fit for all types of music. And some websites that specify in certain types of drumming might make it easier on him. Do you play drums, Bellyache?

TS: Just look at instructional videos on youtube. If you already know how to keep time, it will help, but if not, learn how to do that. I'm sure youtube can tell you how to do that as well, but just start searching youtube. There are plenty of instructional dvds, and I'm positive most of them are on youtube by now.



oh yeah most beginner drummers play on 1970s Ludwig Acryllic kits.
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#19
Quote by bellyache


love how you try to be really specific as to whittle down the vast amounts of drum tuition websites out there. If he wanted to learn post rock as opposed to rock he would need to find another website.

what specifically does he was to learn about drums?....how to play them maybe


what kind of drumset does he have...a wooden one possibly?


I was going for more of a socratic approach to it.
maybe he'll realize what he wants and narrow his approach,
so he can find it himself.

and I think it might be a tad hard to play deathxcore giggtygoo metal on a 4-piece drum set.


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Last edited by Mr. Rittard at Aug 30, 2009,
#23
Quote by bellyache
oh yeah most beginner drummers play on 1970s Ludwig Acryllic kits.

New to UG and already ridiculously annoying. Even if it's just made out of wood, the different types of wood affect the sound. The different companies use different hardware. Or maybe he's just curious about the equipment he's using. Either way, asking him questions about what he wants so he can maybe give advice is much better than what you do, you obnoxious little troll.
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deathxcore giggtygoo metal




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#25
Youtube has some great lessons (and a lot of them)
Good beginner stuff: http://www.youtube.com/user/ScoopDeville04
Jazz and latin: http://www.youtube.com/user/tim481
Rock and other stuff: http://www.youtube.com/user/drumteacher76
Metal and Rock: http://www.youtube.com/user/Spikeydrummer

I'm sure there are other good teachers on there too, just look around

Seriously, though– if you really want to learn drums you need a legit drum teacher
For that look at
www.gotoyourlocalmusicstore.com


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Lol, NO
The guys at expertvillage give the worst lessons
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#26
Quote by Mr. Rittard


then again,
I'm grossly ignorant of drum knowledge,
outside of how to play a marching band snare.
so oh well.


i can understand that. marching band drummers have a superiority complex in regards to drum kit players.
#30
Quote by bellyache
i can understand that. marching band drummers have a superiority complex in regards to drum kit players.


*sigh*

I disagree with you.
I think that kit players generally have much more bodily independence,
and in general are more skilled in a lot of aspects of drumming.


you're such a silly fellow.

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#31
Quote by bellyache
oh yeah most beginner drummers play on 1970s Ludwig Acryllic kits.


ever hear of an electronic drum set? Stop being an annoying tool.

TS: try getting a few books on rudimentary playing and technique first. Do you already know about the bass-chick-snare-chick thing? You know, like saying the drum in your head as you play it. Chick stands for high hat. My drum teacher told me to do that when I first started and it helped a lot.
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#32
Quote by Jack Off Jill
New to UG and already ridiculously annoying. Even if it's just made out of wood, the different types of wood affect the sound. The different companies use different hardware. Or maybe he's just curious about the equipment he's using. Either way, asking him questions about what he wants so he can maybe give advice is much better than what you do, you obnoxious little troll.



Love it, its like in kindergarden when you write a story and read it to the class..''drums are made and they make a noise i know lots about them''

Anyway i referred him to drummerworld which is one of the best resources.
#35
Quote by CrzyGuitarist93
Being sarcastic about his spelling of drumming, but nice try bud.


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