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Bill Bachman Drum Workout Series: Warming Up and Injuries

Bill Bachman’s “Drum Workout” Series

Want better hand technique for greater facility, speed, endurance, groove, and musical expression? In this series, renowned rudimental technique guru Bill Bachman will break down exercises and rudiments to help you get great hands in a hurry!

Want more? Head over to http://www.DRUMWORKOUT.COM.  In addition to plenty of lessons, there are hours of actual play-along workouts with instruction and coaching by Bill Bachman, world-renowned hand technique expert, drum clinician, and author of Modern Drummer Publishing’s Stick Technique: The Essential Guide for the Modern Drummer.

Warming Up and Injuries

Health and Wellness with VF Signature Artist Bill Bachman!

“You can only fix your car with so much duct tape, so why not just fix the problem instead of dealing with the symptoms for the rest of your drumming days”

Bill has some tips on how to fix some technique issues that may be leading to tendonitis

Head over to http://www.drumworkout.com to check out days worth of other lessons & workouts!

Check out Bill Vic Firth Signature Products:

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    Basspad

    Original steel “barbell” design mounts on any cymbal stand for vertical and quiet practice of the marching bass drum. The player can see stick angles, stick heights and “side-to-side line up” while practicing.

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    Bill Bachman “Billy Club”

    Crafted in hickory to provide an improved rim-shot sound while enhancing the durability of the stick. The overall weight has been reduced, making it easier to maneuver around the drums at high speeds. Produces very big and dark sound.

    • Diameter: .725" [1.84cm]
    • Length: 1513/16" [40.17cm]
    • Taper: Short
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    Large Quadropad

    This practice pad for marching tenors features accurately spaced pads for the most authentic practice experience! The large Quadropad is for players used to a 10" #1 drum. A set of laminates is included.

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    Slimpad

    Very thin rubber mounted on a sturdy wooden base gives the feel of a contemporary marching snare drum.

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    Small Quadropad

    This practice pad for marching tenors features accurately spaced pads for the most authentic practice experience! The large Quadropad is for players used to a 8" #1 drum. A set of laminates is included.

  • Free
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    Stockpad

    Wooden base provides the support of a full sized pad, but without the added size and weight. Perfect to carry in a backpack.

bachmanIn the world of marching tenors and rudimental drumming, Bill Bachman needs no introduction. He is not only a prolific author, world class performer, clinician and educator, but also an inventor and touring/recording drumset artist.

Bill Bachman studied percussion performance at the University of North Texas and is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music. Bill has played with and instructed many award winning marching percussion groups including the UNT drumline, Cadets, Bluecoats, Blue Knights, and Carolina Crown in his 12 years touring with Drum and Bugle Corps. He has presented nearly 200 drum clinics and drum festival performances on five continents over the last decade. He also is an in demand judge and has judged at countless marching band and indoor drumline contests in the US and internationally. As a private lesson instructor, Bill teaches at Lonestar Percussion in Dallas, as well as many students worldwide through live internet feeds via Skype.

He is author of Row-Loff’s drum instructional books Rudimental Logic, Quad Logic, and Bass Logic which have become part of the curriculum in countless high schools and colleges, and the producer of the instructional drum DVD’s, Rudimental Beats and Reefed Beats. Bill is also a columnist for Modern Drummer magazine and the author of the book Stick Technique, an Essential Guide for the Modern Drummer published through Modern Drummer and distributed through Hal Leonard.