Equipment Tips – For Drummers

By pwsadmin | May 3, 2019
Some drummers find it useful to keep a checklist for supplies and maintenance of their drum kit(s). Sticks-keep a good supply of your favourite sticks handy for recording or playing live. If you notice cracks or severe wear grab a new pair. Cymbals-use a good quality cleaner-especially when playing live or if you are being […] Read More →

Practicing Without Making Noise – For Drummers

By pwsadmin | Apr 18, 2019
The excitement and power of playing drums at full volume is hard to replicate in any other activity. There are times however when playing loud is not possible. Here are some options which will allow you to play with full power but at near zero volume. The first option is to soundproof a room. This […] Read More →

Getting Started – For Drummers

By pwsadmin | Apr 4, 2019
There are 3 main things you need to get started as a drummer: a drum kit, drum sticks and lessons. Let’s look at these one at a time. The first decision you want to make regarding a drum kit is, do you want to rent or own. The second decision is do you want to […] Read More →

Building Your Dream Kit – For Drummers

By pwsadmin | Mar 21, 2019
The number of options when building your dream kit are endless. Factors that should be considered include the type of music you play, your skill level, your budget and your creativity. Music genres such as blues, jazz, bluegrass, etc don’t require a large kit as the primary role of the drummer is to keep time. […] Read More →

Keeping Practice Fun – For Drummers

By pwsadmin | Mar 8, 2019
One of the most important aspects of improving is keeping your practices fun. Here are some suggestions: Create a playlist of your favourite songs and play along – this is very effective as a warm up to your practice session. Create a second playlist of songs you would like to learn and/or you find challenging. Record yourself and identify […] Read More →

Developing Speed – For Drummers

By pwsadmin | Feb 21, 2019
Modern drummers often play with extreme speed either because the music genre they play requires it or it can be used as another tool in their drumming toolbox. Speed can also be used in circumstances such as drum clinics, instructional videos, drum solos and showmanship opportunities. If your goal is to develop speed in your […] Read More →

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