How to Set Up Your Drumset Handy Guide

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How to Set Up Your Drumset Handy Guide

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This Handy Guide covers each drum and its parts. You will learn the best way to arrange the drumset for personal efficiency, choose drumsticks and mallets, and determine the best cases and storage for your drums.

Product Ref: 18271

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Additional cymbal types, as well as care and maintenance of your drums and cymbals, are clearly explained. Loads of photographs and diagrams are included, making each step of the process easy to follow. A book every drummer should own, whether a beginner or advanced player.