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23 Drum Lessons Available for Double Bass | Showing Results: 1 - 10 of 23
on 06/16/2010 | 8,588 Views | 1 Comments
(516) 263-9782. Drum Lesson: Merging Danny Carey & John Bonham Concepts
on 06/16/2010 | 3,073 Views | 0 Comments
Drum Lesson (Part 2) on Danny Carey Concept in Lateralus. Jeff Indyke, "The Professor", extends the concept on his Drum Education TV Show. Jeff has produced hundreds of Audio/DVD drum courses on drumming greats over decades.
on 06/16/2010 | 3,473 Views | 0 Comments
(516) 263-9782. Drum Lesson: Analysis of Tool & Carey & Applications
on 06/16/2010 | 6,542 Views | 3 Comments
This video is about a cool idea I've seen Gavin Harrison and Danny Carey demonstrate at clinics and on video. These drummers are able to play odd grouped Hi-Hat ostinatos over the top of even metered grooves.
This creates a polyrhythm between the Hi-Hat and the Snare and Bass drum where it sounds like the Hi-Hat is playing one rhythm while the Snare and Bass play another.
In this video I'll show you exactly how to construct a certain type of polyrhythmic groove and hopefully give you some new and exciting ideas to work on.
The written notation for each example will be appearing at the bottom of the screen as I play.
Please rate and/or comment this video if you found it useful. I'd love to know what you think!
WARNING: Contains stupid sense of humour.
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on 06/16/2010 | 1,765 Views | 0 Comments
Drum Lesson on Danny Carey Concept in Lateralus. Jeff Indyke, "The Professor", extends the concept on his Drum Education TV Show. Jeff has produced hundreds of Audio/DVD drum courses on drumming greats over decades.
on 06/16/2010 | 4,697 Views | 3 Comments
Boba has great respect for Tool and all their force like powers, but that doesn't mean they can't be conquered...so here is a free drum lesson for you to learn how to play like Danny Carey...be careful though, once you come to the dark side you can never go back!
Jim Berretta Drum Lesson teaching a hand foot combination that can be used for fills and solo.
Hello! Today's lesson is going to look at a Double Bass Fill. This is a
fill you've probably heard before. In this lesson I'll break it down
for you, as well as give you some examples of how I've practiced and
used the fill over the years. Enjoy!
Here's a lesson on developing hand & foot fill combinations. We'll start by thinking 16th notes, then eventually phrase them as 32nd note fills....this one's fun!! Enjoy!
This is a fill idea that I came up with years ago. It involves groups of 7 (4 with your hands & 3 with your feet) phrased around the kit....enjoy!!
Hello Billy Ashbaugh here with DrummerConnection.com. Today I want to share with you a fill. It's a fill I sort of created myself. I'm sure it's been done before but I sort of taught myself many, many years ago.
Basically what it does is it squeezes 7 notes for every quarter note. I break it up 4 with the hands and 3 with the feet.
We'll look at the hands first. For me, the sticking is just RLRL. What I like to do when I practice this is I'll bring the left hand up to either mounted tom and I like to move the right hand from the snare over to the floor tom and back just doing those little 4 note clusters.
OK, we've got the hands covered, now let's look at the feet. For those last 3 notes I choose to go RRL with my feet. I'll be honest I was inspired years ago by Gregg Bissonette. He had a video out an... more...