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A book for drummers, by Gary Chester, one of the most successful studio drummers of the 60s and 70s. Chester offers his system that will help you dev...Click To Read More About This Product
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A book for drummers, by Gary Chester, one of the most successful studio drummers of the 60s and 70s. Chester offers his system that will help you develop skills needed to master today's studio requirements. By working with this book, you'll improve your reading, concentration, coordination, right and left-hand lead, and awareness of the click. 48 pages.
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This book helped me to greatly improve my coordination, limb independence, and creativity, all just as advertised! A good investment. The perfect complement to personal lessons.
This book is great. it's unlike any other book. he gives you the systems and you create around the system. You do need to know how to read drum music, but there are plenty of sites on the internet to teach you how to do that. This book is for anyone that's looking to create their own fresh funky grooves.
The systems of this book will help you greatly with independence. I'd recommend this book to beginner and intermediate players. Once your done, jump to New Breed II!
This book is great for anyone who wants to work on all four limbs. If you work on all 39 systems consistantly, you will gain independence and creativity. Definitely a book that should be in any drummers collection!
Putting it simple... if you were to ever "master" everything this book can teach, you could play any gig, with anyone, whenever you wanted. This book is a must have, as long as you're not easily frustrated by things you can't do.