Drummers should be just as respected as any other instrumentalist!

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Re: Drummers should be just as respected as any other instrumentalist!

by FAQbala » Tue Sep 06, 2016 12:13 pm

They should
Anyone who has been tortured by bad drumming would agree.
It is not a lesser instrument.

Re: Drummers should be just as respected as any other instrumentalist!

by CataCluj » Mon May 30, 2016 10:37 am

I don't know if "more" but it's definitely hard to be a "good" drummer.
I should know; I was a drummer in high-school and while it was easy to start I never got beyond mediocre.

Drummers should be just as respected as any other instrumentalist!

by AnaBanana » Sun May 29, 2016 10:50 am

Drummers should be just as respected as any other instrumentalist!
Drums are just as hard to play as any other instrument, if not harder.

Playing a simple beat on a drum may not seem hard, but here are a few reasons why drummers should be respected as much as any other instrumentalist:
-You have to stay on beat while banging on the drums. No matter how crazy and abnormal your drums sound, you still need to be on beat!
-Expanding on the first reason, if you get off beat, the entire band will too. The band rests on your shoulders.
-It is hard to make both hands play something different on a piano or guitar, but imagine coordinating both feet in addition to that!

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