#1
Now that we finally have a drum forum, let's not let it go to waste!

I thought it would be cool to have the people here post lessons and such that they've found useful.

For example, I've found the website freedrumlessons.com to be pretty cool.

Also, a couple videos from the same company:

Heel-Toe Technique
Slide Technique
Last edited by herby190 at Apr 4, 2011,
#2
Is there anyone who'd be willing to write a basic buying guide (Ideally for beginners but higher level if you want) for those who would like to get into the instrument? I was thinking of getting an electronic drum kit myself but I put it off so much (I didn't want to join a specialist forum and get advice from strangers who I couldn't tell who was trolling and who was serious etc) that I ended up spending my money before I made up my mind. I'd like to be able to get a basic idea the next time I have a sum of spare money.

maybe this could end up as the first major sticky.
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#3
I might write a general guide that glosses over the most important stuff, doesn't go into too great of detail....
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#4
i play drums hell yeah, the thing about drumming is everybody wants to play guitar so you end up getting an bunch of people to want you to play for their damn bands
#5
Quote by Lemoninfluence
Is there anyone who'd be willing to write a basic buying guide (Ideally for beginners but higher level if you want) for those who would like to get into the instrument? I was thinking of getting an electronic drum kit myself but I put it off so much (I didn't want to join a specialist forum and get advice from strangers who I couldn't tell who was trolling and who was serious etc) that I ended up spending my money before I made up my mind. I'd like to be able to get a basic idea the next time I have a sum of spare money.

maybe this could end up as the first major sticky.

I might be able to convert some of the lesson books I've made


EDIT: Did not notice you said buying guide
Last edited by TheReverend724 at Apr 5, 2011,