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Old 01-22-2013, 09:19 AM
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Brush Work


So every one talks about drum sticks and beats and all sorts of stuff.

There are many different genres of music and styles.

OK now how about your brush work and how it comes into play with this therad?

Jazz is known to be a universal trend of drumming. But very few drummers ever speak of playing the brush.

Here is a great example of brush work from the number one jazz drummer back in the days Mitch Michel:


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Re: Brush Work


Spectacular!! There are some great guys playing brushes these days as well. Guys like Clayton Cameron, Ed Thigpen, and Steve Smith; you can often catch cats like Steve Jordan playing brushes as well. There are lots of great video on all of them.

Thanks for mentioning brushes Jim...
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Re: Brush Work


I've really got into brush playing lately. I've been using Florian alaxander zorns dvd 'The Brush Secret' to work on my chops. It's great because it's not just brush playing for jazz but brush playing for all styles including rudimental application.
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Thanks for sharing, 'The Brush Secret', as I've been looking for something like this!! I appreciate it!
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Thanks for sharing, 'The Brush Secret', as I've been looking for something like this!! I appreciate it!
No problem I've just got this months Modern Drummer (June) and they have a piece on brush playing. I haven't read it yet but I'm looking forward to it.
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