The Good Foot

$14.99

Includes mp3 audio and book in pdf format. There are video guides online with a premium membership. This product is included free with the pro membership package.The Good Foot Course exercises are designed to help drum set players gain more control and fluidity on a single bass drum. It is written with the single bass drummer in mind. I am an advocate of heel up playing, I use heel down for ballads and softer situations. Many great drummers play with their heel up, the concept isn’t new, what may be new is my attempt to break down the movements and notate the position of the foot so the student will have a starting point and a concept for playing intricate patterns on the bass drum with accuracy, speed and power.

 

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Description

The Good Foot Course was designed to help drummers gain more control and fluidity on the bass drum. It is written with the single bass drummer in mind, but a drummer with 2 bass drums or a double pedal will benefit from these concepts as well.. I am an advocate of heel up playing, I use heel down for ballads and softer situations that don’t require much technique, Many great drummers play with their heel up, this concept isn’t new, what may be new is my attempt to break down the movements and notate the position of the foot so the student will have a starting point and a concept for playing intricate patterns on the bass drum with accuracy, speed and power.

The ideas in this book are my personal approach to single bass drum technique. The concepts  work for me and hopefully will work for you

Dedication

To the memories of John Bonham & Gary Driscoll … the first drummers to make me aware of all you could do with one bass drum.

Includes mp3 audio and book in pdf format. There are video guides online with a premium membership. This product is included free with the pro membership package.

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