Drumline Revolution

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"Great Service, and Super fast turn around to get these Hoodies in time for a Performace at EO Green JR High to comemorate a 15 year old 8th grader was recently shot in the head by another student in Oxnard, California. Our Community Drumline loves the Hoodies, and will order another batch again soon as more members of this drumline are growing! Thank YOU!!!!" - http://www.myspace.com/drumlinerevolution - Druline_Revolution (Feb 26, 2008)

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comment by anonymous - Feb 28, 2008 - back to the top

Gotta love the drumline. My son is on the University of Florida Drumline in Jacksonville, Florida.

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comment by Guest - May 01, 2012 - back to the top

Hey man, I'll give you my best answer. -Just a quick bagurcoknd from where i'm coming from- I'm 18, moved from NY knowing drumset, and then ended up in KY joining the drumline- marched for about 4 years on Bass and Quads-state champions and in the best drumline in the state of KY as of the 2008 marching season- Now I teach at a local high school, both marching percussion and indoor percussion-Now for the answer to your question, the best way I personally know to fix a confidence problem (which is a VERY common problem, so dont be too hard on him) is to attack it from several different angles.heres a few steps you should take to fix it:1. Do a Self- Assessment with your group. -have each member describe to you what they think their worst problems are, when performing. -then as section leader, participate yourself, and then give criticism back; describe what YOU see the problems as. -do this for EACH member, not just the one with the big problem. 2. Group Assessment now have each member play their show (regardless of whether its indoor book, marching, or pep band, or even just warmups.) while you go thru each members book, critique that person, as a group. if you have to arc around him or her, and stare at him, then do so. The Advantage If you cannot play comfortably in front of your peers, then you will NEVER be able to perform in front of a large crowd or stadium with 16K people in it. Ive never seen a situation where this wasnt true. After the critique of each individual player, go thru the sections and play your book, one section at a time, still critiquing them. Basses first, Snares, then Tenors for example.3. Record the group or player on video and literally SHOW them what they look like. More often than not, he looks timid at the drum, looks very young and inexperienced. He probably looks like he'd scream if somebody even farted in his direction. If he acts like this, then try those 3 steps..If it doesnt work, email me at - let me know, and I'll come up with something else to help you out.hope the advice helps! keep drumming!