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Anonymous
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posted: 2/12/2009 at 2:03:44 PM ET
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I can play drums not that good , somebody tell me how to play drums easier?

and dont say "just practice" because i tried and cand get better.

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posted: 3/20/2009 at 1:29:18 PM ET
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I recommend taking private lessons. I know people who took them and they got a lot better.

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posted: 8/5/2009 at 11:47:11 PM ET
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Do you practice with a METRONOME? That can REALLY help beginning drummers learn to keep time.

Drumteacher23
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posted: 11/21/2009 at 6:10:52 PM ET
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I would "practice" basic rudiments first to build muscle memory. try "practicing with either "click tracks" or hip hop and r&b, simply because they have a constant rhythm and you wont be competing against another drummer. All in all it all comes down to the monotony of PRACTICE, you just have to want it enough

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posted: 11/21/2009 at 6:11:09 PM ET
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I would "practice" basic rudiments first to build muscle memory. try "practicing with either "click tracks" or hip hop and r&b, simply because they have a constant rhythm and you wont be competing against another drummer. All in all it all comes down to the monotony of PRACTICE, you just have to want it enough

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posted: 11/21/2009 at 6:11:41 PM ET
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I would "practice" basic rudiments first to build muscle memory. try "practicing with either "click tracks" or hip hop and r&b, simply because they have a constant rhythm and you wont be competing against another drummer. All in all it all comes down to the monotony of PRACTICE, you just have to want it enough

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