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You can practice by watching some videos on youtube. In the place of the drumset, you could play on buckets just like the guy in this blogs video:"como aprender tocar bateria" As you see, people can play that well even without a drum kit. Best of luke! And practice :)


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Adding to Tekkerue's answer, electronic drum modules (my Yamaha works well, and wasn't expensive: the joys of second hand) have MIDI ports, so can be wired to other sound modules to give just about any sound on earth, using the drums as triggers, which is, after all, what they are. Rather like a lot of synthesisers and work stations make drum sounds when ...


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He's using a couple pads from an electronic drumset, like these: The pads are then connected to an electronic drum module, like this: The drum module is what produces the specific sounds. And there are a variety of brands and models in different price ranges so you should be able to find something within your budget. Roland is a great brand for ...


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I tried it a few years with different kind of wraps/tapes (hockey grip tape etc), it gave me enough grip but I never liked the feeling & hated WHEN it got a bit messy because of dissolving adhesives. :) I ended up with covering the grip of my 5B sticks with a few 1 inch long rings of thin heat-shrink tubing (sometimes a bit sanded). Rings instead of ...


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Great input all around...I've been a heeltoe, player40years 54 going on 30 can do what ever double stroke roll with my feet that i can do on top. Developing the technique to go beyound that into 5,7,9,11. Stroke groupings reaching 32 note and 64 note patterns. That's when people half your age are looking at your feet and asking what the hell are you doing. ...



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