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Topic: Lunchroom
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Darr Christiansen says...
Incredible work! And as someone mentioned, you're finally getting the attention you deserve. Yet somehow I don't think it's gonna go to your head. Your contribution to the world of drums stands on it's own, both in the pure integrity of your craft, and in your dry humor and instant accessibilty to anyone who reaches out to you. Wishing you an epic run Professor☆☆☆☆☆
28th April 2015 9:02pm
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Ron Paquette says...
Great work, Professor. Nice to see you getting some recognition after all these years!
28th April 2015 7:28pm
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Jim says...
Discovered you from a video on the first few pages of stick control. Do you have any more covering the more complex pages of the book ? I have not found a teacher locally with the skills in that area, one I did contact suggested I am to old for him to teach. Odd comment in my mind since my drums match my Harley
24th April 2015 2:43am
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Drum Professor. says...
That's great.. Your "killin' me" too old?? I know that now a days many folks think that any drummers who are ancient (that means older than 25!!!) must be over the hill... Well actually,  that may be true in some sense - My son recently told me."Dad, nobody uses email anymore...IT'S TOO SLOW" But, it's definitely not true in a musical sense!  Can I get a few....."AMENS" ?
28th April 2015 6:25pm
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PR says...
Amen!
28th April 2015 8:45pm
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Steve glaza says...
Amen
28th April 2015 9:00pm
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Derek says...
Amen!
29th April 2015 12:44am
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Sammy Davis Jr. says...
Amen Brother !
2nd May 2015 7:14pm
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Pete says...
Very happy to have found your website Scott, after seeing a few videos, I'd thought "who is this guy, where did he come from, and how did he come up in his drumming world?" Now, it's so fun reading all about you, and putting what I've been watching into perspective. I am 61 yrs and 11 months old right now, and have only this year decided to take time off from my band and learn rudiments, and how to do a few crazy licks on the drums to kick up my performances, which up to ... Read More
23rd April 2015 3:41pm
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Drum Professor. says...
thanks Pete. Small world. I first got interested in music after my 2nd grade class was putting on a skit of the Beatles and when they asked me who I wanted to be I just blurted out...."Ringo of course". I love your Gene Krupa mention. (The terror of all parents). Say... congrats for doing what you are doing. I have taught a lot of folks drums (500+) through the years and many times they tell me the same story.."I played drums when I was young. Then I got married, did this and ... Read More
23rd April 2015 7:21pm
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John Parker says...
Thanks for teaching us old dogs new tricks!
30th April 2015 6:39pm
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Phil says...
I am quite an advanced pianist and I have a reasonable understanding of drumming from watching, listening to and having conversations with drummers, but I have no technique to speak of because I rarely get access to a kit. I have a practice pad use from time to time. My circumstances have led me to have a good opportunity to practise on my pad for a few months and I would like to build up a bit of technique with a view to get a kit in the future. Which rudiments would you suggest would be ... Read More
4th March 2015 2:09pm
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