Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Jeff Queen Playing with Sticks|
Actor: Jeff Queen
Director: Alfonse Giordano
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Special Interests, Educational
The DVD features a comprehensive approach to developing hand technique, and will work as a great companion to Queen s acclaimed book, The Next Level (Mark Wessels Publications). The approximately four-hour DVD presents ess... more »
Great hands technique
AM sanchez Acosta | Spain | 01/22/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"i'm sure everyone will enjoy with this DVD.even if you're a beginer or play drums for years this is a fantastic chance to enhance your hands technique focusing on the snare.from the first steps (grips,basic rudiments,etc) to amazing ideas for solos,stick trics etc.once you start this dvd you won't stop practising.enjoy it!"
Straight-up woodshed material
Mike Smith | 07/02/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"You don't have to be interested in drum corps to benefit from this video. I've never met a drummer that didn't want better hands. Probably best for intermediate to advanced players-- I'd suggest you at least have a handle on the basic rudiments, like paradiddle variations and flam accents, first. If you are a high school line player, buy this video RIGHT NOW! You'll have lots of fun amazing your friends with your new skills.
What I like most about this video is that there is a LOT of CONTENT. Most drummers teach you 4 or 5 things and call it a video. Jeff really does a lot of teaching here, and he does it well. He also does not wax poetic about his drumming philosophy. This is straight-up woodshed material. His playing is authoritative, to say the least. Video production is also first-rate."
If you want to improve your hands, this is the one
j garr | Ohio, USA | 10/18/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've got several instructional drum DVDs. This one is just for the hands -- which ofcourse are crucial to drumming. Jeff starts with very basic things and gets to very advanced work. The amazing part is that you can master these rudiments and drills on one drum but then just split up your hands on a drum set and you have a masterful drum solo. Very good."