For the first time in print, Hudson Music has taken lessons from the eBooks contained on their award-winning DVDs and compiled them into a book/DVD p...Click To Read More About This Product
Key concepts performed and taught by some of the greatest drummers in the world.
For the first time in print, Hudson Music has taken lessons from the eBooks contained on their award-winning DVDs and compiled them into a book/DVD package for drummers of all styles. Lessons with the Hudson Greats, Vol. 1 contains note-for-note transcriptions of many of the key exercises, grooves, fills, and concepts performed and taught by some of the greatest drummers in the world, creating a workbook that will improve your playing on just about every front. Concepts cover all the bases, including hand and foot technique builders, odd-time patterns, jazz time and comping concepts, fill ideas from basic to extremely advanced, groove creativity ideas, funk patterns including odd linear groupings, and more.
These eBooks together present a fantastic amount of challenging practice material in all styles, almost like a college course in modern professional drumset playing. Not only a companion to the Hudson DVDs, the book works as a stand-alone course of study that will allow you to incorporate the concepts of many of today's leading players into your approach.
Included is a DVD containing one hour and 15 minutes of clips pulled from the Hudson DVDs referred to in the book, indexed for ease of reference, making this a complete educational package. Included are drumming greats Jason Bittner, John Blackwell, Keith Carlock, David Garibaldi, and all the artists from the Modern Drummer Festival 2008: Will Calhoun, Ndugu Chancler, Gavin Harrison, Simon Phillips, Thomas Pridgen, Dafnis Prieto, Derek Roddy, Todd Sucherman, Bill Stewart, and Billy Ward.
Let some awesome drummers guide you to the next level. Order today.
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