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Cymbal Setup From Left To Right:

All Zildjian

Hats:
16″ EFX Crash on top
16″ K Light Top Hat on bottom

18″ Kerope Crash

22″ K Custome Dark Complex Ride

22″ Renaissance Ride

Drums:
Tama Starclassic Bubinga with Tiger Wood finish

Sticks:
Vic Firth 5A

Drumheads:
Aquarian
Classic Clear on toms and snare resonant
Response 2 on toms batter
Hi-Velocity on snare batter
Regularor (Ebony) on kick resonant
Super Kick 10 on kick batter

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20 Comments

Diego Ramírez

June 27, 2020

69k views, nice and useful video

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niel down

June 27, 2020

Hi Stephen – I`ve started using 5b sticks as opposed to 5a`s when practising to strengthen fingers and wrists. Do you think this is a good aid when learning technique? I`ve only been playing about 5-6 months. Thanks Nick

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Christian Ehrhart

June 27, 2020

why aren't your index fingers on the stick. They are pointing down and out and aren't attached to the stick.

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Andrew Silverstein

June 27, 2020

One great teacher, thank you

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Isamu

June 27, 2020

A wise advice. And yeah those laws were stated correctly 👍. Now it makes sense why a bad technique could cause injuries.. i didnt believe it was that seriuos until you explained the fundamentals. Many thanks Mr.

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seth 603

June 27, 2020

I've been drumming for a little over a year now, no lessons, just YouTube and this video changed the way I interpret playing drums. Thank you so much for all the great content you produce.

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steampunk hulk

June 27, 2020

What are some common reasons for slicing? Not straight up, straight down motion. But rather more of a circular motion

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F P

June 27, 2020

Too much talking not enough demonstration!

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Frankie Harchut

June 27, 2020

Great video. And you are totally right. All those techniques don’t work without the free stroke. I realized that after 25 years.

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Rafael Ortells

June 27, 2020

Great elessons man! thanx, miproving a lot with this

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Chris Rowe

June 27, 2020

Thank you Stephen. Thank you so much. I thought my Moeller technique was killer because I had such a wide range in my hands for the stick to move, but I now know I still grip it too tight because my forearms and certain muscles would tense up. Even though I felt loose, that energy traveled right back up the stick and would make me sore.
I've watched this video like 5 times and started holding my sticks just below the point of "flying out of my hands" loose, and now everything sings. My arms feel better too!
Sidenote: self-taught drummer for 20 years now, probably should've had a lesson on grip 😉

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Nicolai

June 27, 2020

Why am I watching this? I'm a guitarist…

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Rafael Franco

June 27, 2020

Stephen are you familiar with the Murray Spivack Technique? Interesting since it's a 3 point fulcrum

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JaWa Drums

June 27, 2020

Hey Stephen. My problem is, that i get the rebound on my pad but not on my kit… i mean its there but not enough… may i tune my set up to tighten up the heads to get better rebound? Greets from germany

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Zafer Keskin

June 27, 2020

I can’t make it with my left but i can make it perfectly with my right.
How do i fix that ?

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Ben Dupey

June 27, 2020

I just started 30 days to better doubles. Thank you so much for providing this free resource. It's really helping me figure things out.

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wornoutshoes11

June 27, 2020

10 mins of blah blah blah and more blah blah blah… Just show the damn rudiment and teach. Stop preaching. 🤨

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Heather Qualy

June 27, 2020

As soon as you started playing at the end there? I just had a million more questions (your one wrist looked like it wasn’t moving, the other one was a little, should I be lifting my arm? What about songs where it is a series of single strokes, don’t you WANT to stop the rebound?). So confusing. sigh Just got seriously interested in drumming about a month ago and thought I would wet my feet with some beginner videos (I play other instruments), but they all just convince me that this is something I will NOT be able to do on my own. I need someone in the room with me, saying move your hand, change your grip, little too hard, shift this….*sigh* This makes me sad, because I can’t do in-person lessons right now. 😞

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Alwynn Marais

June 27, 2020

Just letting the stick do its thing,,, BOOM bOOm boom 💥

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Жуков Дмитрий

June 27, 2020

10 minutes? Hell, that's too much for 3 tips.

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