Drum blog has featured a new post about correct bass drum pedal technique for drummers. Drummers will learn three different techniques to learn on the bass drum pedal.
Online PR News – 25-January-2012 – – Chris Atchley of Play Drums By Ear has released a new post about correct bass drum pedal technique. Atchley features three different kinds of techniques including heel down, heel up, and heel toe for double stops. Drummers will see videos with great camera angles for ideal lessons in each video and thorough explanations of each technique. Readers will find Atchley’s post about bass drum pedal techniques at http://playdrumsbyear.net/playing-drums/correct-bass-drum-pedal-technique/.
According to Atchley, “I’ve had several questions about correct bass drum pedal technique from my students, so I thought I would write up a quick post that should help those of you interested in some help. I found a few videos online that feature different bass drum pedal techniques, including single and double pedals, that should help out.”
“Like your hands,” Atchley says, “It takes time and practice to get your feet in shape for the bass drum.”
Atchley offers a variety of articles and drum lessons on his website at http://playdrumsbyear.net/. Visit now for access to a long list of videos and lessons. Atchley’s recent post featuring information about Zildjian cymbals at http://www.onlineprnews.com/news/199207-1326845102-chris-atchley-goes-behind-the-scenes-with-zildjian-cymbals-at-play-drums-by-ear.html/.
About Chris Atchley and Play Drums By Ear
Chris Atchley has played drums for a variety of successful bands that have toured all around the world. Atchley has also taught drums for over fifteen years to students of all ages and skill level. His new instructional DVD course is now accessible and is guaranteed to help drummers worldwide.