Great links for drummers

NUTHA JASON

Senior Administrator
here are some:

http://www.tigerbill.com/subjects/drumlessons.htm
great general lessons and advice site.

http://www.geocities.com/bonzofreak/
for all of us bonzo fans

http://www.drumschoolfredlankamp.nl/index.php?p=score
another site for drum scores

http://www.drumradio.com/
is waht it says it is

http://www.moderndrummer.com/
many of you probably have this in your favourites list

http://mxtabs.net/
loads of drum tabs

http://www.sleeve.com/druminstruction.htm
more lessons and rudiments

http://www.vicfirth.com/features.html
many of you probably have this in your favourites list as well.

http://www.onlinedrummer.com/
very useful

http://www.drumsontheweb.com/DOTWpages/Drumkeypages/Yourphotoglry.html
another place to show your kits and see other peoples.

http://home.mchsi.com/~sjmills5/drum-stuff.html
teaching online drums for years he has.



anyone else found stuff that is useful?

post it here with a brief desription as above.
thanks
j
 

somedrummer

Gold Member
Re: great links for drummers

How could everyone so far have forgotten the Drum Tuning Bible?Its in my sig, anyway.
 

DogBreath

Administrator Emeritus
Re: great links for drummers

Drum Dojo, an interesting site for percussive information. http://www.drumdojo.com/switchbo.htm

DrumPro Magazine.
http://www.cdipublications.com/

Drum Circle Meet Up Groups Worldwide. If you like hand drums and drum circles, find some in your area.
http://drumcircle.meetup.com/about/

Tomás Howie Drumming Web drum tuning page. A very nice supplement to Prof. Sound's Tuning Guide.
http://www.drummingweb.com/tuning.htm

Web Mahem's online drum tab rudiment matrix. Compose, play, see what that tricky piece of music you're deciphering is supposed to sound like.
http://webmayhem.net/drum/

HammerHead Rhythm Station. A fun place to play with beats.
http://www.threechords.com/hammerhead/
 

NUTHA JASON

Senior Administrator
Re: great links for drummers

if you are from the uk then here after much research are two valuable links:


http://www.ecymbals.co.uk/
for most definitely the cheapest and best cymbals in the uk. julian, the owner is really friendly and the cymbals are all good. he also buys and sells second hand. all paiste. some tama, premier and sonor goodies too. check it out.

http://www.adcdrums.co.uk/prodtype.asp?PT_ID=145&strPageHistory=cat
the best general drumshop in england.

j
 
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Stu_Strib

Guest
Re: great links for drummers

Anyone else notice that drum companies have some of the worst web sites on the web?

And Modern Drummer's web site is devoid of anything useful (to their credit, they are trying to sell a magazine).

I like Drum! magazines website a lot better (much more content, for sure, if you can find it in that gawd awful design).
 

finnhiggins

GONE MUCH TOO EARLY!!!
Re: great links for drummers

Stu_Strib said:
And Modern Drummer's web site is devoid of anything useful (to their credit, they are trying to sell a magazine).
Doesn't stop Sound On Sound from having an awesome site:

Sound on Sound

They have heaps of useful articles in their archives on drum recording and various aspects of music production. Check it out.
 

RudimentalDrummer

Pioneer Member
Re: great links for drummers

Thanks and appreciate all of you bros here who had contributed the listing/links....very valuable to me - It's online learning since I'm without any Proper Drum Instructor now ... Oh ! I almost forgot, so are all of you my teachers in one way or another too bros .... thks again to all of you !
 

Smoky_McPot

Senior Member
Re: great links for drummers

Stu_Strib said:
Anyone else notice that drum companies have some of the worst web sites on the web?

And Modern Drummer's web site is devoid of anything useful (to their credit, they are trying to sell a magazine).

I like Drum! magazines website a lot better (much more content, for sure, if you can find it in that gawd awful design).
Drum companies? Well i hope you dont mean www.vicfirth.com
Absolutely the best rudiment site i have seen, vids of them all basically
 

RudimentalDrummer

Pioneer Member
Re: great links for drummers

Virtual Drummer School

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1 mth = 15 Pounds
6 mth = 60 Pounds
12 mth = 100 Pounda
 
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