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Drumming 101: 6 Basic Drum Terms You Should Know

Learning to play the drums means new equipment, new skills, and new terminology. Here, San Diego, CA drum teacher Maegan W. breaks down some basic drum terms so you can walk the walk and talk the talk... Whether you're new to the drumming world or you're a seasoned pro, these drum terms are the ABC's that every drummer should know. 1. Rudiments Rudiments are the different drum patterns that can be used as drills themselves, or turned into music when applied properly to the drum set or d … Read More

Drumming 101: 6 Basic Drum Terms You Should Know
Learning to play the drums means new equipment, new skills, and new terminology. Here, San Diego, CA drum teacher Maegan W. breaks down some basic drum terms so you can walk the walk and talk the talk... Whether you're new to the drumming world or you're a seasoned pro, these drum terms are the ABC's that every drummer should know. 1. Rudiments Rudiments are the different drum patterns that can be used as drills themselves, or turned into music when applied properly to the drum set or d
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