In part one I wrote about ways to find a drum teacher, but how do you know that the teacher you find is
the best teacher for you
So you’ve decided you need to find a teacher but how do you find the right teacher for you?
In this post I will look at how you can find a teacher in your area.
1. Speak to other drummers.
If you know other drummers who have lessons ask them about their teacher; a recommendation is always a good way to find a teacher.
2. Ask at your local music shop.
Most music shops keep a list of local teachers, and some provide lessons.
3. Search the Internet.
Use search engines (google, bing, yahoo, etc.) to find drum teachers in your area or look at specialist websites such as Drumsense or musicteachers.co.uk
If you like this post, or if you have any other ideas about finding a teacher please leave a comment.
If you aren’t using all of the notes on your glock put a towel or fleece blanket over the end you aren’t using. Then you can put your sticks, triangle, tambourine, etc, on the glock silently.