Stick Control: For the Snare Drummer – Kindle edition by George Lawrence Stone . Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. 8 Oct i just bought “stick control for the snare drummer” some days ago. I’m starting practice but i’m unsure on what’s the current way to use it. I mean. George Lawerence Stones Stick Control book is a great book. Each of the exercises can not only be applied to the snare drum alone but also.

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RE repeating any exercise 20 times, that seems unrealistic. Also, keep a practice diary so you can keep track of your progress through the exercises and the bpms. Is this feature helpful? This allows me to practice each exercise the set number of times 20 times going up, another 20 going downat several tempos, without stopping.

At least that’s how i do stick control for the snare drummer. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser.

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For the Snare Drummer. Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Atm i’m practicing this way: Even noticed some carry over to the bass guitar. Remember, the rythms in Stick control are designed to give control. contgol

I like it and it will force me to learn to read music better. Help Contact Us Go to top. Warm up with exercises like that for 10 to 15 minutes or so or as for as long as you can last without completely tiring outand then head to the Stick Control exercises.

I’ve been going through the book for over six months stick control for the snare drummer am not even halfway through. Modern Drummer Presents Stick Technique: Brian Gann 21 1.

This is the foundation. Ex 1, Pg 1. Best way to practice with “stick control for the snare drummer”. If we are talking about George Stones contrrol control, it is one of the most basic must haves for all drummers.

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This is not stick control for the snare drummer discourage you but to say I’m having lots of fun and am working out the stickings until they feel completely natural at fast tempos and with both traditional and matched grip. I use this book with my RMP View or edit your browsing history. In addition to what others have said, I’d add the following: Learn more about Amazon Giveaway.

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After practicing just on the snare, I add the stick control for the snare drummer and just randomly play or try to find some cool grooves. I top out atthen it takes me back down to 60, again in dtummer of 5 bpm. Post as a guest Name. Search in titles only Search in Technique only Search. How quickly you want to step through the exercises is up to you – it’s not a race, there’s no right or wrong answer. You can always refer back to the book as needed, as long as you have built on a solid foundation.

Playing each exercise at the tempo you’ve set 20 times without stopping and without error will build the muscle memory.

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A Book of Contemporary Drumset Concepts. In the words of the author, this is the ideal book stick control for the snare drummer improving “control, speed, flexibility, touch, rhythm, lightness, delicacy, power, endurance, preciseness of execution, and muscular coordination,” with extra attention given to the development of the weak hand.

Not Enabled Word Wise: Related Video Shorts 0 Upload your video. I just started working through this book, and I’m already seeing improvement. This is the third copy of this book that I have purchased as it remains a relevant tool My only wish is that the exercises had a little more FUN built in. Read more Read cintrol.