Search For A Drum Teacher
Our teachers predominantly use a standard modern drum kit for drum lessons, as traditionally used in contemporary music styles, including rock, pop and alternative. This is comprised of a snare drum, bass drum, one or more toms, a hi-hat and cymbals – if you are interested in learning an alternate type of drum, for example, calabash, djembe or sabar please select these individual instruments from the drop-down menu rather than drums. You can search the database for a drum teacher by entering your postcode & selecting “Drums” as your instrument in the form below.
Find Drum Teachers
Alternatively, use the quick search links below to bring you through to one of our city or town hubs. There you can find more information about local teachers, drum shops and music courses. You can also send in an enquiry directly to us to help match you with a local or online drum teacher.
Still can’t find what you are looking for? Drop us an email on [email protected] and we would be happy to help you.
Hybrid Drum Lessons
Alongside these city & town hubs, we also work with a dedicated hybrid drum teacher Lawrence Giles who is able to provide online courses helping you to master the basics of hybrid drumming.
So what is hybrid drumming I hear you ask? Hybrid drumming is incorporating technology into what is seen as the “traditional drum kit”, for example, including sample and percussion pads, as well as drum modules into your drum kit set-up. This allows a drum to produce a far more versatile sound, that can be ideal for music traversing a wide range of different genres – including, pop, rock, electronic, drum and bass and many more. If you are interested in finding out more about hybrid drumming don’t hesitate to drop Lawerence an email on [email protected].
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