Which Method book do you guys prefer?

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Which Method book do you guys prefer?

Posted: Thu Apr 09, 2015 5:43 pm



I'm deciding on buying either Rudimental Logic by Bill Bachman or The Drummers Rudimental Reference Book By John Wooton. I'm a tenor player and I really need to master all 40 rudiments. I'm thinking on going with John Wooton but idk. They both sounds really good.


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Re: Which Method book do you guys prefer?

Posted: Wed May 06, 2015 8:02 am



Out of those two I've only used Rudimental Logic. I found it very informative and productive. Bill does a great job teaching how the different muscle groups are used for different rudiments at different tempi. The only disappointment I had in this book is that he didn't talk much about rhythm. The Next Level by Jeff Queen was really good at describing the different aspects of rhythm.


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Re: Which Method book do you guys prefer?

Posted: Sun May 10, 2015 11:43 am



I've never read Drummer's Rudimental Reference Book but I have read Rudimental Logic and it was pretty informative about technique involved with all the rudiments.


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Re: Which Method book do you guys prefer?

Posted: Wed May 13, 2015 1:12 pm



Has anyone found John Wooten's Rudimental Remedies book beneficial? Comes with a DVD.


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Re: Which Method book do you guys prefer?

Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2016 6:40 pm



I have both and both are very thorough IMO. I tend to like the Wooten book because it generally has more
combinations, but Bill's book is good too. Dr. John played snare with Phantom back in the day so I relate
to his approach better, but Bill's book is worth a look. I'd but both if possible.
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