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$100 · Drum Lessons

Even if you don't have a set of drums, you can learn the basics of drumming. Some beginners revert back to those childhood days and use wooden spoons on a tabletop or a pan. But if you want to go a little more high-tech, you can invest in a practice pad. Parents everywhere, take note: the practice pad will provide the same feel as a drum without the ear-splitting noise of a set. Then, you need invest in a set of quality drum lessons for kids. You might also want a metronome to keep time. There is no need to purchase a pricey drum set to get started. If you are going to find a local drum instructor, look for someone who has lots of experience and can teach many different genres and styles. You also want to make sure that the instructor can actually read music and teach you to do the same. It may seem like a silly question but many drummers play by ear alone.

This may be fine for impromptu jam sessions, but if you want to be great, you need to be able to read the music. For some students, they simply don't have the time or money or time to take traditional classes. Attending weekly drum lessons simply won't fit into their budget or schedule right now. Fortunately, if you find yourself in a similar situation, take heart. With the age of the internet, everyone is just a few keystrokes away from becoming a drumming master. Online drum lessons for kids are available for every level of drummer as everyone from the beginner and to the advanced students alike can find lessons online. Do a simple internet search to explore the many possibilities. You will find many free lesson sites and YouTube is full of amateur video tutorials that will give you a basic approach to drumming. However, to get good quality instructions you should expect to shell out a little bit of cash. Paid programs are fantastic quality and far and away better than anything the free sites offer.



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