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Try switching the kit around for the guy, if you have not already - at least once to give him the chance of attempting to play the drums the way they were meant to be played when leading with the dominant hand... No harm ever came from trying. Case in point, I played with a leftie on and off for a couple years (about 10 years ago.) He, however, played the ...


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One scenario where it is also very helpful is during festivals. Setting up a drum kit, such that it feels comfortable for the drummer and just "like at home" can take some time. Often they set up the drumkit backstage on a small stage that is moveable. As soon as the performing band is finished the drumkits can be changed on the stage and doesn't need to be ...


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I think you'll find that this is not limited to rock bands. Any time there are seated musicians in more than one row, it is quite likely that the rows in the back will be elevated. This certainly helps with visibility in both directions (so the trombones can't claim they don't see the conductor ) and to some extent also helps with sound projection. You'...


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