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Old 07-31-2007, 01:49 AM
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Hey, Garvin!

Thanks for stoppin by to say Yo!

Perhaps you should check out "Hands, Grooves, & Fills", as I have TONS of hand exercises, rudiment combos using my Rudiment TAB System, plus grooves and fill applications..

Keep in touch

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Old 08-14-2007, 05:45 PM
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Hello.

If you could only practice for 1 hour of evry day, what would your routine be?
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Old 08-15-2007, 02:20 AM
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Vinnysimmo;

Thanks for the question!

What I do NOW is much different than what I did when I was getting things together in my younger days..

But, what I try to do is address a little of everything when I practice. I definitely do all my hand exercises first, then I would go over some groove combinations with various ostinato type things. Finally, I will work on soloing and fill ideas.

Basically, by addressing everything at once, nothing gets "left behind". I talked about this in the article I did in a recent issue of Modern Drummer. It's also the basis and philosophy of my DVD "Hands, Grooves, & Fills". I feel everything is connected, and you should try to tie it all together. What I work on with my hands directly effects my drum set playing in every way.

Recently, I have been rehearsing with my band (Gary Grainger and Chieli Minucci) for a new CD we are recording in the fall, so I am working on parts..grooves and such.

Hope that helps!

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Old 08-15-2007, 01:46 PM
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Hello.
Thnk you for such a quick answer. It means a lot.
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Old 08-16-2007, 12:38 AM
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Great! Hope is helped. Hit me anytime you want to ask a question.

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Old 08-16-2007, 09:08 AM
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Hey Pat,
thanks so much for this package.
What a great thing, I already worked through and it helped me in many ways.
Awesome!!!!!
The grooves are killa!!!!
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Old 08-16-2007, 02:36 PM
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Hey, "Loop"!

Thanks, man, and I hope it helps you alot! If you ever have questions, PM me, and maybe I can help!

All the Best

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Old 08-24-2007, 10:22 PM
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Hello Pat.
I realise that the most important part of learning and improveing is repetition, but im haveing some problems with my foot independence. So my question is, what do you think is the best way of improveing my foot independence?
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Old 08-27-2007, 05:20 PM
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Vinny

In "Hands, Grooves, & Fills", I address this with a series of Bass Drum rhythms that improve not only independence and coordination, but timing, accuracy, and phrasing. The rhythms are accompanied by live band "Play Along" tracks to help with your feel.

Putting ostinatos with the hands over these rhythms really helped me develop these skills.

I also practice with my foot on the floor to develop consistency of motion and timing. I use the ball of my foot and lift from the knee, pushing off and returning to the floor in one motion. This is shown on the DVD as well..

Hope that helps!

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Old 08-27-2007, 05:34 PM
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Hello Pat.
Thanks for answering back. It means a lot
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Old 09-17-2007, 08:15 AM
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Hey Pat, bought your book and already in only 2 weeks it has been a tremendous help, if only I had it the past 6 years!

My question is about the set you use in the video though. I am in the market for a new kit and was going to buy the Sonor Force 3007 series, but because I have A)heard great things about GMS and b)loved the way they sound on the DVD, I decided due to budget constraints to get a nice set of Paiste Twenty series cymbals and 2 custom snares from DW forums members.

On the GMS website, it mentions that you play the CL line series which I found hard to believe because I thought you said your drums were made of Ash, and only the SE and GM series are supposedly in ash? If that is the CL line, then damn that is really good for what is considered their "lesser" series.
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Old 09-18-2007, 02:10 AM
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Hey, Nineball

Thanks very much, and I'm glad you getting alot out of the DVD/Book!

I played the White Ash kit on the DVD. When I teach at The Collective, the Studio I am in has a CL Series kit, and it does sound very good. Maple shells.

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Old 09-20-2007, 02:54 AM
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Hey, Nineball

Thanks very much, and I'm glad you getting alot out of the DVD/Book!

I played the White Ash kit on the DVD. When I teach at The Collective, the Studio I am in has a CL Series kit, and it does sound very good. Maple shells.

All the Best

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Thought so, I REALLY like the sound of the ash drums. Two more quick questions about GMS: Is there any difference between the SE and GM editions besides the lugs (mostly soundwise) and what was that finish you had in the DVD?

Oh and by the way, your rudiment tab system is the best thing to ever happen to me haha.
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Old 09-20-2007, 08:49 PM
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Nine

Glad you like the Rudiment TAB System! Are you listening to the MP3 CD to help? Is it clear or you?

Yes, the Ash is cool, mix between Birch and Maple.

No difference in the GMS other than lugs

Hope that helps.

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Old 09-21-2007, 12:10 AM
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Glad you like the Rudiment TAB System! Are you listening to the MP3 CD to help? Is it clear or you?

Yes, the Ash is cool, mix between Birch and Maple.

No difference in the GMS other than lugs

Hope that helps.

Pat
Yep, it works perfectly, I just created a separate playlist in iTunes and use that. Like you, I have a much, much easier time playing by ear rather than reading music.
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Old 09-21-2007, 08:15 AM
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Pat,

I heard from one of my students that the Just Drums clinic was awesome! Sorry I couldn't hook up with you this time - I had to play shows that night. We'll have to get together the next time you're in town. I've been using your book with my students and they love it, especially the Rudimental Tab System. Keep in touch!

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Old 09-21-2007, 08:42 PM
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Hi, Jeff

Yes, it was very well attended, and everyone had fun. Hope to be back in Richmond soon!

Pat
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Old 09-26-2007, 02:36 PM
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Hey Pat
Just got your dvd/book as a birthday gift from my daughter ( I knew I'd done a good job raising her! ) It's just what I needed as I've been getting away with murder for the past 30 odd years. I've recently apprehended myself, been tried and found guilty and sentenced to starting from scratch. I've suffered Carpal Tunnel through bad technique (happily sorted with surgery) and only actually learned more than a handful of rudiments over the past couple of years. Your dvd is the kick up the arse I needed at this point and makes sense of stuff I've been having problems with but I would like to ask one question. Whilst playing are you actually aware of each individual rudiment you use BEFORE you play it or are they so familiar to you they just happen. It may sound like a strange question but as p.diddles, d.strokes etc are still quite new to my playing I find I'm ultra aware of them and the anticipation I feel before using them can often spoil their execution.
Thanks and it's good to finally have your stuff available here in the UK.
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Old 09-27-2007, 03:19 AM
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Hi, Pywacket

Your question is an EXCELLENT one, and I thank you so very much for purchasing my Book/DVD package. I really hopes it makes you not only a better drummer & musician, but makes drumming more FUN and enjoyable in general..

So....As I mentioned on the DVD, I have been playing combinations like these for a longtime, since age 10 or so, so it is a "muscle memory" type of thing. So, once you memorize these, and start putting them together with the TAB System, you too will be able to plat these effortlessly. The short phrases first, then longer ones. A goal would be to memorize each of the solos in the combo sections.

The memorization process means they will come second nature. I do not really think of them before I play them, necessarily, but more or less "at that moment", that is the "rhythmic phrase" I am hearing in my head. As you will hear on the MP3 CD, each of these phrases have a definitive "melody", so that's what should be going on as you're playing..So as you play along to the CD, hear the phrase, and let it help you learn the pattern.

I truly believe that once you start playing and memorizing these solos, you'll be putting your OWN combos together soon. And isn't that really what we all want to do??

As for the grooves...the same thing applies. Learn them by reading them in the book, or watching the DVD, then try to memorize them as you practice with the Play Along CD. That way you are really just relying on muscle memory, and relaxing as you're playing the groove.

All the best, my friend, and thanks for spreading the word in Jolly 'Ol England! Hope to be out for a clinic soon! (hint hint..ask your dealer..hint, hint :)

Let me know how you are making out!

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Old 09-27-2007, 01:57 PM
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Thank you Pat.
Let me know when your coming over and I'll get onto some people I know who regularly stage clinics in the UK. You'd blow em away!
Thanks again.
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Old 11-05-2007, 03:50 PM
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hi pat

i bought your hands grooves and fills book+dvd at drummerlive and have only now had achance to look at it. i'm loving everything so far. the hand warmups are cool and the book layout is great. so thanks. i will write up a review in a week or two after i've had more time to explore it.

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Old 11-05-2007, 08:42 PM
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I have to say that at 54 it's not easy re-inventing yourself. I have 4 decades of bad habits and p**s poor technique to clear up but over the past couple of months, since getting stuck into Hands, Grooves and Fills, I've accomplished more than I have in the last two years. I cant recommend it enough to players of all levels and though Pat is not yet that well known here in the UK I have a feeling all that will soon change.
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Old 11-05-2007, 09:32 PM
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Well after those 2 endorsements I know exactly what I shall be buying after the new Jo Jo Mayer DVD!
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Old 11-05-2007, 09:57 PM
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And thats another killer instructional dvd. That guys a monster!
I think I'll go lie down now!!!
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Old 11-06-2007, 02:23 AM
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Gentleman

Thanks SO much for the kind words!

At PASIC, I met Simon Mellish, awesome guy and drummer. He is helping organize some clinics for me in the UK in March !!

If you have any thoughts, please let me know.

All the Best!!!

Pat
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Old 11-06-2007, 09:03 PM
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Hey Pat.
Thats good news. I did a clinic with Simon back last year. Nice guy, well known on the circuit and a very nice drummer. Looking forward to March!
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Old 11-08-2007, 01:32 AM
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We had Pat at our shop on Sept 15 for an awesome clinic. Here are some pics:

http://www.justdrumsonline.com/artic...inic-2007.aspx


..and we're hosting two Master Classes with Pat on November 25 which is the Sunday after Thanksgiving. Here's some info:

http://www.justdrumsonline.com/events/default.aspx

If you're within driving distance, please try and come!
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Old 11-13-2007, 11:16 PM
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I've recently had the pleasure of seeing your stuff for the first time, and WOW! I was looking on the S-Hoops site, as I've been extremely interested in them recently, and I came across your video on there. After seeing that, I just had to see others! I watched a lot of it on youtube, and it just blew me away! I'm definitely picking up your dvd thingy soon. Are you going to be doing any clinics around the Tri-State area in the near future? (PA,NJ,DE) I would really love to check one of those out! Keep up the great work!!
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Old 11-15-2007, 03:03 PM
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Right now I am in rehearsals with a new group featuring Bassist Gary Grainger, Guitarist Chieli Minucci, and Keyboardist Chris Fischer, called "Groovallegiance". We are recording the first week in December. Very cool tunes with an eclectic/funky vibe.

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Old 11-15-2007, 07:12 PM
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Right now I am in rehearsals with a new group featuring Bassist Gary Grainger, Guitarist Chieli Minucci, and Keyboardist Chris Fischer, called "Groovallegiance". We are recording the first week in December. Very cool tunes with an eclectic/funky vibe.

Pat
Boy does Gary Grainger get around....and Cheili has a cool-hip-acid jazz sound....I have a couple of his Cds and really enjoy him....

Sounds like and exciting project.....

Pat - I saw on Weckl's site that you were added to the drum fantasy camp....
Just curious what your thoughts were on it and how did it go and would you do it again...

I would love to save up some duckets and go to one....if there is another one next year is it worth it?
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Old 11-20-2007, 05:53 AM
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Linear

The camp was fun. Everyone who went seemed to really enjoy themselves. The instructors all had a good time sharing and playing. A very cool hang, and it was fun to be a part of.

I think next years will be better, because hopefully the kinks are worked out regarding housing, equipment, etc.

So, all in all, a fun time. Hope to see you next time!

The project is very fun, and we just had another rehearsal today. I think you will really dig it, as it will also have band play alongs and charts as well!...more details to come!

Pat
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Old 11-20-2007, 05:59 AM
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I sure hope it's in NJ again next year. I would have went for the 1-Day Camp this year except I was away on vacation in FL... Fantasy Camp was only 30 mins from my house!
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Old 11-20-2007, 06:03 AM
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I've recently had the pleasure of seeing your stuff for the first time, and WOW! I was looking on the S-Hoops site, as I've been extremely interested in them recently, and I came across your video on there. After seeing that, I just had to see others! I watched a lot of it on youtube, and it just blew me away! I'm definitely picking up your dvd thingy soon. Are you going to be doing any clinics around the Tri-State area in the near future? (PA,NJ,DE) I would really love to check one of those out! Keep up the great work!!
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Thanks, X!

I am doing a master class in Virginia next Sunday the 25th @ Just Drums. You can go to their site for info...You can also hook up any time for lessons in Jersey. PM me anytime

Thanks again!

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Old 11-22-2007, 06:06 PM
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hi pat.

i just spent a wicked half hour practicing double bass (i'm not a double bass player but i want decent facility in the basics eventually) to your warm up 2 :''5-5-3''

i used it asthe foundation for a call and answer exercise. i played
5-5-3 - 5-5-3 on my hands and then on my feet in the next two bars and so forth for about 5 minutes at one tempo (started at 100bpm)

then i moved on to 5-5-5-5-3-3 without stopping and did the same thing for 5 minues and then i just upped the tempo by ten and continued.

it was great fun and i saw improvement. i think i'll work this one twice a week into my routine.

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Old 11-23-2007, 11:39 PM
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Nutha

AWESOME!! It can apply to feet, too, thats for sure!

Have you dug into the rest of the Book/DVD yet? Grooves, Fills??

Simon Mellish is working on a UK tour in March. Can you help in anyway?

I will PM you shortly

Glad you are enjoying "H,G & F"!

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Old 11-25-2007, 03:32 AM
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Hi, Everyone

My NEW Signature Practice Pad, the P4, is now available thru American Music Group for worldwide shipping. (International orders may cost more)

It is the worlds first multi-level practice pad, with 3 different levels, & 4 different types of rubber playing surfaces on the same side, no "flipping" required! It allows you to move around like you would on a kit, and separate your hands for isolated independence practice.

It is made of "MDF Light" material, so it weighs a little less than a Real Feel, and is MUCH lighter than the new Vater Pad...plus it does more!

It fits in a snare basket very well, and the grips are out of the way of the playing surface.

The first 300 pads will also have my signature on the box, as well as on the side of the pad.

Here is a clip which demonstrates it further.

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For more details, and to order yours, follow the below link.

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The Cost of the pad is $50, shipping included!

Thanks very much, and I look forward to this pad helping drummers improve their practice technique.

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Old 11-25-2007, 03:40 AM
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Looks very cool Pat. I can't wait to try one out. I like that you can practice for example grooves where you want the feel of a cowbell or ride cymbal etc.
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Old 11-25-2007, 03:55 AM
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This looks great Pat. I like the fact that you can have mutiple feels and sounds on one pad. That's useful for hearing patterns that may be playing on two different drum surfaces (snare, cymbal etc..)

I'm just curious, why is the price not listed on your website? I just clicked on the Buy link and I saw that it is $60 shipped? Is that correct? Excuse me if this is out of line but if that is the price I think that is personally a bit too much for a pad.
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Old 11-25-2007, 04:05 AM
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Actually, four string, it is supposed to be $50 shipped! Give it a day, and it should be corrected...

Thanks for the heads up!

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Actually, four string, it is supposed to be $50 shipped! Give it a day, and it should be corrected...

Thanks for the heads up!

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Ok, well that's better :)

So shipping is expected to be within 3 or 4 weeks?

Is there a return period at all?
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