Dimitri's next gig is this Sunday is looking to be a great one... Playing drums whilst crusing around Sydney Harbour is definitely a styish way to spend the afternoon.
If that sounds good to you.... what are your thoughts on learning drums?
Do you want to learn how to play the drums with step-by-step training?
Are you looking for starter drum lessons that will show you the basic essentials of how to play the drum set? If so, you've come to the right place. Drum Lessons Sydney can create a series of tailored beginner drum lessons that will guide you through essential techniques you will need to learn as a drummer. We cover important fundamentals including: how to play drums, drum related terms, how to hold the drumsticks, bass drum techniques, drum set posture, and simple drum set warm-ups!
We will explain the basics of how to play drums with a simple eighth note rock beat. We start out by teaching the fundamentals of counting, and then demonstrate how you can slowly build a beat that incorporates the hi-hats, snare drum and the bass or kick drum.
Below is a little more on what we do...
Drum Related Terms - Knowing all the important drum related terms is valuable if you want to talk about drums in an online discussion forum or at your local music store. Learning all the correct terminology ensure you are able to communicate with other drummers in a clear and concise manner. We cover everything you need to know!
Holding The Drumsticks - One of the most essential things every drummer must learn is how to hold drumsticks correctly. This is essential because it is such a big part of everyday drumming. Correct grip reduces tension, and gives you the opportunity to play with more speed, power, control, and endurance. Get it right from the start!
Choosing Drumsticks - Learn how to properly select drumsticks when you're in the drum store. Take tips from professional drummers and instructors as they walk you through the drumstick selection process in a real drum store.
We'll be posting more at our blog about what we are up to... so look out for our next post and drop us an email if you have any questions.... or contact us at http://www.drumlessonssydney.com/main/page_contact_us_for_sydney_drum_lessons.html