Book Review, Reviews

Rock With Hand-Foot Drum Breaksby Joel Rothman

Online Review Rock With Hand Foot Breaks Book bookBOOK

This is a no-nonsense, precisely detailed collection of exercises for advanced drummers looking to expand the scope of their rhythmic approach between the snare and bass drum. The sheer breadth of fills presented, covering everything from 16th-note triplets to open drags to four-stroke ruffs, will challenge any player trying to unlock the mysteries of the slick often-sampled breaks on old-school funk records and modern schizoid drum ’n’ bass tracks. Master just a few of these hip patterns, and get ready for raised eyebrows from your bandmates when you whip them out. (joel-rothman.com) Ilya Stemkovsky




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