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The Drum Channel's Secrets from the Pros

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Drum Channel’s ‘Secrets from the Pros’ series features over fifty lessons, with Thomas Pridgen, Jim Chapin, Chad Smith, Gregg Bissonette, Peter Erskine and more.

The drum lessons cover various aspects of playing the  drums from the basics for beginners to the more complicated techniques and rudiments for the advanced players looking to refine their skills. The lessons show you how to set up your drums and tune them properly, explain the different ways you can hold the sticks, demonstrate hand and feet approaches, give details on how to keep the  beat / time, whilst also revealing tips and tricks. Different styles of music – jazz, rock, and funk – are used  throughout the lessons to illustrate the techniques being discussed.

 

You  can dip in and out of the lessons when you want and you can view them over and over again. Each teacher takes you  through the lesson a step at a time, explaining what they are  doing as they go along. You can use these lessons to prepare you for  private instruction or support your existing lessons.

 

The  All Access Membership Pass Plan gives you the right of entry to the drumming lessons as well as other learning aids such as  Master Classes with drummers, videos of great drummers playing, shows where drummers talk about what  they love best. The All Access Membership Pass Plans are  available in one of three ways – choose which arrangement suits you the  most.

There is a recurring monthly subscription of $4.99, a six month  non-recurring subscription – and get a month free at $24.95, or a twelve  month non-recurring subscription – and get two months free at $49.90.

You can also try before you buy. There are 10 free lessons, some covering the basics, others describing more advanced techniques.

 

Coming soon: lessons with Neil Peart and Freddie Gruber.

 

Go to drumchannel.ssl.subhub.com/subscribe/signupform to find out more.

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