Joel Rothman: The Hardest Drum Book Ever
The material in The Hardest Drum Book Ever demonstrates five-way coordination with four limbs, a system which which frees the right hand from playing the hi-hat or snare. This allows it to interact rhythmically with the right foot, playing intricate patterns between the cymbals and bass drum or tom toms and bass drum. Within the context of rock time, this five-way coordination will permit a much fuller sound from the drums than was previously possible.
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