Download 1001 Drum Grooves: The Complete Resource for Every Drummer by Steve Mansfield PDF

By Steve Mansfield

(Percussion). This e-book offers 1,001 drumset beats performed in numerous musical kinds, previous and current. it is perfect for novices looking a well-organized, easy-to-follow encyclopedia of drum grooves, in addition to consummate pros who are looking to convey their wisdom of varied drum kinds to new heights. writer Steve Mansfield offers: rock and funk grooves, blues and jazz grooves, ethnic grooves, Afro-Cuban and Caribbean grooves, and masses extra.

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