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Old 2003-09-01, 15:17
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Question Books on Drumming?

I need some books or a book on drumming, (style, techniques, excersises or shit like that?) If any of you guy's know of any really good books please let me know. I am mostly looking for shit on like teaching you for metal, death metal, black metal, ect. Because I am kind of a begginer so I need some help with this shit and i don't wan't to take lessons for drums. The help is appreciated.
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Old 2003-09-02, 12:32
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hey man

stick control by george stone is a good book. it seems real boring because its just for snare or practice pad but if you practice the stuff in it for a long time your wrists will get real strong and its worth the boring part. the encyclopedia of double bass drumming by bobby rondinelli is real good for your feet, its kinda like stick control for the feet but not really. it has more practical drumset stuff in it. drumset warmups by rod morgenstein (yes, the drummer from winger) helps a lot with moving around the drumset. its supposed to be a warmup book but you can use it like stick control for the whole drumset
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Old 2003-09-02, 17:50
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Alright sweet man, thanks a lot for the help. Oh yeah OMD, I checked out the AAX Metal X cymbals from Sabian and they are pretty sweet man. I looked at the Paiste ones too and I think Prayer For Cleansing uses the Alpha series or 802's because those two have the black letters underneath. But I am going to go with the Sabians. Thanks again!
Sorry if this isn't on subject, but it doesn't matter because I made this thread so if you have a problem then screw you guy's.
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hide from obscure trees listening
winter brings gloom, brings remnants of our shadows
twilight casts spells on those who espouse their fate

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tears spout from eyes, shunned from mankind's den
(Prayer For Cleansing/ "A Dead Soal Born")
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