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PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:46 am 
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I am a 68 y/o advanced beginner just getting back to working on drumming as a hobby. I wonder what is the best way to use Wilcoxon's 150 solos. Am I correct that one should start on #1 and move along serially or are there certain ones that are keyed to problems etc. ? Are there ones that are more highly used than others? I am also working with Stick Control, Haskell Harr's books, The Rudimental Primer and recently got Bachman's Stick Technique. Thanks for your opinions.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 22, 2019 11:08 am 
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banjo345 wrote:
I am a 68 y/o advanced beginner just getting back to working on drumming as a hobby. I wonder what is the best way to use Wilcoxon's 150 solos. Am I correct that one should start on #1 and move along serially or are there certain ones that are keyed to problems etc. ? Are there ones that are more highly used than others? I am also working with Stick Control, Haskell Harr's books, The Rudimental Primer and recently got Bachman's Stick Technique. Thanks for your opinions.


I think there are two ways to answer this. 1.) Work on the solos serially, 1 - 150, or 2.) work on them in order of the difficulty that each presents to you, starting with the solos that are easiest to play and then progress through them based on your abilities. The first way would be the easiest to track, the second method requires you to analyze the solos in advance and keep track of what has/hasn't been played.

Sounds like you have a very good collection of books that will help you develop your drumming skills.

Good luck.

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