How To *Actually* Improve Your Rock Drumming (Simon Phillips Lesson)

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  • Drumeo
    Drumeo  Hace 2 meses +6

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  • Tecla SAP com Ulisses Carvalho

    He's just as cool teaching as he is playing. An absolute legend!

  • Mr. D
    Mr. D Hace 2 meses +60

    Simon has become my favorite drummer. His skills and humbleness speaks to me a lot. But what struck me the most is how he likes talking and teaching about technicalities, and I can clearly see if he had more time he would share more. He is the best drummer of my generation.

    • Generale Led
      Generale Led Hace 13 días

      The best drummer of all the generations :)

    • MrPercussionPete
      MrPercussionPete Hace 2 meses +4

      Totally agree. He's the most musical drummer ever. His sound and his whole approach to the instrument is absolutely one of a kind.

    • Drumeo
      Drumeo  Hace 2 meses +16

      We were so lucky to have him visit Drumeo. He has SO many incredible stories from his storied career.

  • David Uribe
    David Uribe Hace 2 meses +85

    One of the world's best drummers. Such a star. Well done Drumeo!

  • Matt J
    Matt J Hace 2 meses +107

    Keeping it simple is something more drummers need to do :)

    • PK YT
      PK YT Hace 2 meses

      That's something I need to work on ngl

    • Matt J
      Matt J Hace 2 meses

      @Aldo Matulich Yooo Epic!!

    • Aldo Matulich
      Aldo Matulich Hace 2 meses +1

      As a 70 YO, recreational drummer ( I resurrected playing after 50 YEARS- 1969), Simon says it well.....the temptation to overplay with fills is there. For you folks, you should read Kenny Aronoff's Book : Sex, Drums & Rock N Roll. Kenny A. (mellencamp, Ethreridge , many others ) emphasizes what Mellencamp insisted on - not too overfill and cymbal crashing. It's a great read with Kenny's background in drumming. Happy Drumming !

    • nickavenoso78
      nickavenoso78 Hace 2 meses

      Yeah. I’ve found that I enjoy simpler drum parts than crazy fast and busy parts. I enjoy groove way more than crazy technique and fast playing. Sure, it’s nice to show your chops now and then, but sometimes it’s good to pull back.

    • Matt J
      Matt J Hace 2 meses

      @joseph migliore Complexity can come from other instruments :)

  • Ernest Ramos
    Ernest Ramos Hace 2 meses +35

    Simon sounds like the British Bob Ross of drums. 🤣
    One of my favorite drummners and a big influence on how I play now. Really happy he's here at Drumeo. His mastery of dynamics is insane!

    • Ernest Ramos
      Ernest Ramos Hace 2 meses

      @G Smith oh I would love to hear more of his stories.

    • G Smith
      G Smith Hace 2 meses +1

      haaa! good one!
      I love him too. seems a good dude to have a pint with and talk about drums. that would be awesome!

  • bloodofmyenemies
    bloodofmyenemies Hace 2 meses +13

    This is great. Love hearing him talk more and more about Priest over the years. It was a short early gig for him that's a blip on his discography but Sin After Sin is a mammoth album in Heavy Metal history and the drumming on it is definitely part of the reason why.

  • kush king
    kush king Hace 2 meses +2

    Judas Priests album "Sin after sin" is my favorite. You're drumming on the album makes it sounds sooo amazing, love your swing instead of just straight notes on the album.

  • Bagus Widyanto
    Bagus Widyanto Hace 2 meses +13

    I still remember his days with Toto. One of the band's best drummers

  • Laurie Harper
    Laurie Harper Hace 2 meses +15

    Good stuff, Simon. This advice applies to much more than just rock drumming. It applies to playing any instrument. Keep it simple/less is often more, be consistent, be aware of dynamics and play the bag/make sure what you do suits the music.

    • Drumeo
      Drumeo  Hace 2 meses +1

      This is so true!

  • Karl Erwin Aguila
    Karl Erwin Aguila Hace 2 meses +4

    Simon is in my top 10 greatest drummer list. His techniques goes from basic beyond to being technical. In here he gave an important advice especially when drummers is on the red room, to have an onpoint beat cause it's way more different when you are playing live.

  • Keith Cozart
    Keith Cozart Hace 2 meses +6

    Simon Phillips is a living legend. Thanks for capturing this drumeo.

  • Sully Sullster
    Sully Sullster Hace 2 meses +5

    Amazing drummer. Theres a two hour interview w produce like a pro and he gets into a lot of detail. His history as session drummer and his ear as far as being able to tell which studio something was recorded and the gear used just by ear is mind boggling. Always an interesting guy to listen to not only in bands he's worked for but his knowledge of gear is incredible.

  • Geoff Gill
    Geoff Gill Hace 2 meses +9

    Hey hey…I just came here to say I NEVER felt the opening fill in “the pump” was a mistake or felt un musical. More like jazz phrasing. Seemed like a “salt pepper” motif. Simon continues to be THE dude. Great.

  • Charles Tea
    Charles Tea Hace 2 meses +4

    Simon is truly a genius, Awesome advice! Great episode! Cheers!!

  • tomgio1
    tomgio1 Hace 2 meses +2

    Idolized Simon since the early ‘80’s when I first started. Hearing him discuss feel, dynamics, etc. prominently (vs technical prowess) was impressive and inspiring. Many want the chops, so when a guy with the chops writ large says there more to it than that, it’s time to listen. Appreciate the video, much thanks.

  • Earl Ludwig
    Earl Ludwig Hace 2 meses +2

    Have always love the intro on the pump, as Simon describes. It sets a mood, which is very unique. And the atomic clock snare and bass! Perfection!

  • gruvdrums
    gruvdrums Hace 2 meses +1

    Spot on as always Simon! Such great advice from a legendary drummer.

  • Dazza
    Dazza Hace 2 meses +1

    I love Simons playing, he has such a perfect feel when he plays.

  • Vladislav Shpiro
    Vladislav Shpiro Hace 2 meses +4

    Fell in love with Simon's drumming some years ago, what a legend! And that T-shirt is hillarious :)

  • Schlagzeugvideocoach
    Schlagzeugvideocoach Hace 2 meses +2

    Ok - Simons one of the greatest drummers of all time with no doubt and one of my personal heroes BUT - the shirt is also brilliant + definitely next level!!! 🤩👍🏼 Thank you Simon and the drumeo team for sharing this and keep it up! Greetings to all drummers out there from Germany! Jochen

  • Igor Barbosa
    Igor Barbosa Hace 2 meses

    What a legend. One of the best teacher ever. So calma, so direct. Love it!

  • Al Falso
    Al Falso Hace 22 días +1

    A couple things that always stuck with me as a drummer are "Less is more and always stay in the pocket!

  • Polentaccio
    Polentaccio Hace 2 meses +1

    Amazing drummer, really knows how to play for the song. He was a great fit to MSG live shows.

  • GoodSneakers
    GoodSneakers Hace 2 meses

    Great teacher, superb drummer, extremely musical and organic.

  • Paul Monkcom
    Paul Monkcom Hace 2 meses

    Great advice as usual Simon, love the T-shirt. A couple of questions if I may...is the sand filled paint can in your kick drum 2.5l size? Having wired my NS10 speaker for sub kick mic, do you have any equally homemade tricks to attenuate the signal? Cheers 8~)

  • Steve K
    Steve K Hace 2 meses

    I could seriously listen to Simon talk about drums/music all day! Such an amazing mind for music!

  • MyopicAutisticMetal
    MyopicAutisticMetal Hace 2 meses

    Sin after Sin is one of my all time favorites, the drumming on that record blew my tiny 5 year old mind when I first heard it, and still does.

  • Mikael Andersson
    Mikael Andersson Hace 2 meses +2

    Simon Phillips - One of the finest drummers the world has ever seen !

  • Capsarge72
    Capsarge72 Hace 24 días

    I had the pleasure of being Simon's Drum Tech when he was on tour with Hiromi a few years ago when they were in Seattle. I was able to work with him for a week. I learned so much during that time. Easily one of the greatest experiences of my life.

  • Donald DeVito
    Donald DeVito Hace 12 días

    This was very enjoyable to see, listened to that Priest album so many times.I say we all vote that Simon plays the complete Sin After Sin album!

  • QRFMBR
    QRFMBR Hace 25 días

    Thanks for all your excellent rock over the years, Mr. Phillips.

  • snarebare2
    snarebare2 Hace 2 meses

    He’s just amazing with his talent and thank you for sharing….

  • Gian Villegas
    Gian Villegas Hace 2 meses +5

    This guy is absolutely amazing! Love his setup, I'm changing my ride back to the left.

    • Steven Spirito
      Steven Spirito Hace 2 meses +1

      Too funny every time I watch and I learned something and I move my set a little bit

  • arnold paole
    arnold paole Hace 2 meses +1

    astounding. the drumming on the Sin After Sin album got me obssessed for a long long time. hats off to master drummer Simon Phillips,

  • Enrique Mora
    Enrique Mora Hace 2 meses

    My favorite rock drummer along with Neil Peart. But in terms of versatility and teachings Simon has an extra bag of tricks.

  • Arthur Andrew 🎃
    Arthur Andrew 🎃 Hace 2 meses

    Not just one of the best drummers, but also one of the best teachers!
    Plus he's truly humble.

  • The Haymaker
    The Haymaker Hace 2 meses

    One of my favourites, easily one of the all time best session drummers.

  • Reichsbahnfan63
    Reichsbahnfan63 Hace 2 meses +1

    Wow, what an amazing and wonderful drumteacher, drummer and human being! With a teacher like him it would be a dream and an easy learning. For this I'm sure.
    By the way: I'm 60 years old...

  • nick moore
    nick moore Hace 2 meses +1

    His Playing on the first Michael Schenker Album" is very "Tastefull" , Powerfull" Realy drives some of MSGs best songs,, his kit sounds great on that album

  • Norm Chesney
    Norm Chesney Hace 2 meses +2

    Thanks Simon, you just inspired me to unbox my kit and start playing again.....wonderful advice you offer, much appreciated sir!

    • Norm Chesney
      Norm Chesney Hace 2 meses

      @Aldo Matulich awesome story!!!!
      Sounds like you are enjoying the Journey🥰
      My goal is to spin an album and play every song on it.....really feeling Black Sabbath, will try hard to make it happen....the kit is set up and tuned✨️

    • Aldo Matulich
      Aldo Matulich Hace 2 meses +1

      Norm, glad that you decided to "unbox" your drum kit. I'm 70 yo, retired, and unfortunately suffer with numerous Arthritic conditions in my spine and other joints. I reurrected playing drums again after 50 YEARS [1969]. After just mentioning to my wife of 44 years (at that time in 2018) that I would like to go to a Music Studio to play on a drum set. I didn't have any at home. She got me a cheapo Gammon kit for that Xmas. After setting it up a few weeks after XMas, and knocking off 50 years of rust, I started to play every day for "fun". I learned so much from UT videos like this one - about drum heads, Drum tuning (I didn't know anything about drum heads & tuning when I played in a Garage Band of HS Bussies in 1967-69). FF - gave that Gammon kit to my 4 year old Grandson (now he's 5 1/2 ) and acquiring USED a PDP Concept Maple 6 Drum kit, and various other equipment upgrades in cymbals, add'l Snares, and experimented with many different Batter heads. I have never played a Gig (we never made it out of the Garage :(:( ), but now after 50 years, I have come to realize that Drumming is in the Blood. I enjoy playing to My Music { CCR, Clapton, Stones, Beatles, Winwood, Mellencamp, Cars, Eagles, Talking Heads, even Linda Ronstadt (the original DIVA), and Bonnie Rait& much more of my Era. I play about 1 hour a day, on most days. Unbox your Kit and Enjoy !!

    • Drumeo
      Drumeo  Hace 2 meses

      Yes!

  • Diego Coutinho
    Diego Coutinho Hace 2 meses +5

    Some of the best advice I've ever heard about rock drumming. Simon and Todd are among the very best this genre has to offer, and they all come to the same conclusion: overplaying kills everything.

    • BradsGonnaPlay
      BradsGonnaPlay Hace 2 meses

      @Diego Coutinho I think you must have missed my point based on your “if they’re serious about their technique improvement.” That’s EXACTLY the opposite kind of person I’m talking about.
      However I guess I was also saying what is simple for one person is not for another. Paradiddles with moving accents are simple but so is a 4 on the floor drum beat, yet the paradiddle is WAY harder unless you’re practiced and consistent- Which again is the opposite characteristic of the drummers I’m talking about in my comment.

    • Diego Coutinho
      Diego Coutinho Hace 2 meses

      @BradsGonnaPlay simple is simple. It does not matter that a drummer's repertoire is different. if they're serious about their technique improvement, they will have some degree of dynamics, and will find out that playing with consistency is key in whatever tempo or beat you are. It doesn't depend on Simon's skill because he's not teaching US how to play exactly like him, so, as an educator, he has to speak broadly and in a simpler form so more people can understanding his reasoning of "simplicity and elegance" x "technique showcase".

    • BradsGonnaPlay
      BradsGonnaPlay Hace 2 meses

      My biggest problem with the “keep it simple” rule is not that it’s bad advice in any way- it’s that low level drummers will use it as an excuse to stop caring about the intricacies of the instrument and think they’re on the same wavelength as Simon Philips, Carl Palmer, or Bill Bruford.
      Edited this part in for some more snark:
      Simon Philips’ version of simple is not the same as yours
      (speaking in the general “yours,” not meaning to comment on your skills, as I do not know you)

  • Francois Primeau
    Francois Primeau Hace 2 meses

    You're amazing Simon... What a lesson! Thank you!

  • El Burrito
    El Burrito Hace 2 meses +19

    I'm so bad at coming up with good fills I always just keep it simple

    • viktor muerte
      viktor muerte Hace 2 meses

      Nothing wrong with that.

    • Eric Rosas
      Eric Rosas Hace 2 meses

      I have a hard time coming up with fills too.

    • Morbid Man Music
      Morbid Man Music Hace 2 meses +1

      Good fills are often simple... as a songwriter and drummer.. I believe that is a lot of it.

  • ZFlyingVLover
    ZFlyingVLover Hace 24 días

    For me Simon exploded on the scene with the Jeff beck album and Sin after Sin Judas priest because I was into both of those bands from a guitar POV. Rush too. I also play drums and the sin after sin work is inspiring.

  • David McCallister
    David McCallister Hace 2 meses +2

    Man those freaking toms sound so good. I would kill to play on that set! 😭🙏

  • alex dornelli
    alex dornelli Hace un mes

    Phil Gould from Level 42 is one of my fav drummers of all times and even Neil Peart admired him, a musician that lays the beat and refrains from fills, which is very hard

  • todd brown
    todd brown Hace 8 días

    I have learned so much from Simon over the years.
    I have all his video tapes and dvds.

  • Nigel Page
    Nigel Page Hace 2 meses +1

    I love Simon’s drumming. He’s done some amazingly varied work in his career, but as a rock fan, his work on Judas Priest’s Sin After Sin album and Michael Schenker’s first album post-UFO was truly exceptional.
    Stick your cans on and turn it up to 11 on Priest’s ‘Sinner’ and ‘MSG’s’ ‘Looking Out From Nowhere’ for the evidence of a man tight in the groove.
    Remarkable more that he was only 19yo when recording with Priest.

    • Nigel Page
      Nigel Page Hace 2 meses +1

      @Guillaume Joan Pépin Viano Agreed. Exceptional. But then again…so was Gary Moore.

    • Guillaume Joan Pépin Viano
      Guillaume Joan Pépin Viano Hace 2 meses

      More an ecletic record but his work on Back on the street album of Gary Moore is insane

  • ssp
    ssp Hace 2 meses

    Simon is one of my favorite drummers. This is great.

  • Félix Weber
    Félix Weber Hace 2 meses

    I love Simon as a drummer and had the privilege to see him play 4 times with Toto, once as he gave a drum-clinic and once with Protocol. Every time was a blast to see him play, his technical abilities and the monstrous sound of his huge kit. Thanks for sharing all these valuable advices and tricks, this will certainly help me to be a better drummer. Cheers from Switzerland.

  • Menzer Roku
    Menzer Roku Hace 2 meses +3

    Good morning Drumeo!! Great video rock drumming can be a little bit tricky and this lesson helps teach people like me that are interested in rock. Thanks so much!!! Simon has a beautiful drum kit

    • Menzer Roku
      Menzer Roku Hace 2 meses

      Yes

    • Drumeo
      Drumeo  Hace 2 meses +1

      You're welcome! So glad Simon's wisdom has helped you.

  • Rich DiBenedetto
    Rich DiBenedetto Hace 2 meses +5

    How about Simon playing with Lee & Lifeson?
    Not necessarily a new Rush and shouldn’t even call it “RUSH”
    … But the three of those guys together?!?
    It strikes me that Simon would be a great drummer to play with Alex & Geddy because while he has a similar looking kit and a somewhat similar style to Neil, his openhanded playing approach to the kit makes him different enough that it would forestall unnecessary comparisons IMHO.

  • jc drums27
    jc drums27 Hace 2 meses +1

    a druméo lesson with the great Simon, what else!

  • DarkWish
    DarkWish Hace 2 meses

    This great sir got one of the most relaxing voice ever ! This is really a pleasure listening to him talk about drumming

  • Carlos Garcao
    Carlos Garcao Hace un mes

    Great drummer very underrated. It was consider at 18 years a genius. Why he is not more known is a mystery. He plays from hard heavy jazz rock and both (thats what i like in him)

  • Hans Van Hees
    Hans Van Hees Hace 2 meses

    I have seen Simon couple of times in Holland..Utrecht and Tilburg. Such a great drummer but above all such a humble and nice Person !! Simon wish you all the best.

  • Crazy 8s Drums
    Crazy 8s Drums Hace 2 meses

    Beyond being an incredible drummer, Simon is very detailed about his drum sound. IMO, his drum sound is the very best in the industry. It is not just the drums (which are great drums, of course), it is Simon's careful ear and demand for excellence! Every time I hear him play, the quality of the drum sounds really stands out in such a great way! Very musical!

  • Gordon volkert
    Gordon volkert Hace 2 meses +1

    You are a legend, and an inspiration Simon!

  • Steve Forst
    Steve Forst Hace 2 meses

    Really appreciate the wisdom he shared. It really is about playing musically, thoughfully and being careful about serving others in nit only how but what you play in your kit.

  • Swedish Chef
    Swedish Chef Hace 23 horas

    Just looking at his face and his expressions when he plays.. well.. that, to me, is a musician that LOVES his craft!
    ...and I just LOVE that t-shirt! Gotta get it!!

  • Greenaresy
    Greenaresy Hace 2 meses

    Killer tips. Especially about the hi-hat on the verse! An open hat will interfere with a vocalist's K's and S's.

  • DCmastermind First
    DCmastermind First Hace 10 días

    Simon is good because he comes from a drumming generation where there was no cheating with modern tech.

  • Evan Balfe
    Evan Balfe Hace 2 meses

    Such a great drum sound in this video. Love Drumeos high quality videos

  • iRide uWatch
    iRide uWatch Hace 9 días

    I love that he played the ripper on this video--- Dissident Aggressor from the Judas Priest album Sin After Sin from 1977. It's always blown my mind that he was a teenager when he recorded this.

  • Shayne Mathena
    Shayne Mathena Hace 2 meses +1

    I like what he said about playing 4 on the kick. I personally hate playing 4, yet sometimes I'm asked to. I don't like it. It makes the groove stiff and stale. It also takes away from the snare and makes everything sound muddy. I totally agree with what he said about if you absolutely have to play 4 on the kick then lighten up and on the snare hits so it doesn't muddy up the sound. He's absolutely correct.

    • Craig Shaw
      Craig Shaw Hace 2 meses

      Playing covers for the last 3 years has taught me a lot about playing 4 on the bass drum. Soo many pop hits rely on 4 on the floor. You can make it groove, but it takes practice

  • felipousismix
    felipousismix Hace 2 meses

    Such an amazing musician!

  • Tyler Teran Drums
    Tyler Teran Drums Hace 2 meses

    Great tips. Thank you Simon!

  • Masterless Music
    Masterless Music Hace un mes

    How the hell I didn't know he played with Priest I'll never know. I'm not really into them but I like him. His feel for groove is just so tasteful. Nevermind the technical stuff which he's obviously very accomplished with.

  • DeathlessCity
    DeathlessCity Hace 2 meses

    For younger musicians: In music there's no right or wrong, just like cooking. It comes down to whether or not other people can stomach it.

  • worldrummer
    worldrummer Hace 2 meses

    By watching you play open handed and being weirded out, as an open handed player myself (from the first time I picked up sticks) I realize how stymied other drummers are while watching me.

  • Drumafish
    Drumafish Hace 2 meses

    Excellent advice and video. Give thanks 🤜🏾💯

  • Dre B Drums
    Dre B Drums Hace 2 meses

    Love his work with Priest and recently saw him in Oakland, CA. Brilliant.

  • René Schumacher
    René Schumacher Hace 2 meses

    Maybe the best sounding drummer of all time. A real treat.

  • Jonny Brutal
    Jonny Brutal Hace 2 meses

    It is a great Joy to not only hear but to watch Simon play that long intro fill in Dissident Aggressor.

  • Simson Kjellberg
    Simson Kjellberg Hace 2 meses

    Man, i love Simons tips

  • Phil Kibler
    Phil Kibler Hace 2 meses

    He is one of the best of all time, PERIOD!!!!!!

  • Steven Richer
    Steven Richer Hace 2 meses

    Thank you Simon. Tips from a master.

  • Tooth &Nail
    Tooth &Nail Hace 2 meses +2

    Lol then he plays that JP song like he was 17 again, just nailing it! I mean at his age he's nailing it and remembering it like it was 3 hrs ago - just FREAKING UNBELIEVABLE! May God bless you Simon, you are a true treasure to the drum community; long live SP!! And thanks for the tips...! ...Wise and correct!

  • RUSHIAN RICHARD
    RUSHIAN RICHARD Hace 2 meses

    I was at Simon Phillips 2004 drum clinic in 013/Tilburg on a Monday evening. His sound, his precision, his personality...it was epic! The venue was practically sold out with over 1,000 visitors. Because Toto already had played a few gigs in the Netherlands that year, Simon Phillips started the clinic by saying something like this to the audience: "Wow, great to see it's so busy! How many of you were hoping Toto was playing tonight?" You could hear the venue lol

  • sam undag drum cover
    sam undag drum cover Hace 2 meses

    The best drumeo episode 👍🤟
    Thank you

  • Daniel Romeiro
    Daniel Romeiro Hace 2 meses +1

    Wow, never thought I'd see Simon play any of those Priest songs!

  • Sig Sauer
    Sig Sauer Hace 2 meses

    As a young teenage drummer I went to a Simon Phillips drum clinic. I quickly realized I have to put more focus on school work which thankfully paid off.

  • haIfindy
    haIfindy Hace 2 meses +2

    „Does everybody think I messed that up?" should be my new motto. :P

  • Lindsay McPherson
    Lindsay McPherson Hace 2 meses

    Believe it or not this rings true in all genres of music !!

  • David Balan
    David Balan Hace 2 meses +1

    Best 🥁 lessons for today's liked beginner class .

  • hugolafhugolaf
    hugolafhugolaf Hace 2 meses

    Dissident aggressor is an amazing track. He plays it quite differently here, but the feel is identical. Loved it.

  • G Smith
    G Smith Hace 2 meses

    1994 Burning for Buddy, Vol 1, track 1, Dancing men. Changed the way I played at 27. Now at 55 I still follw SP and still amazed everytime he touches the drums. he doesnt hit them… he plays the instrument. Just a master at work evolving through time, ahead of us all

  • BoogieWoogieToysETC Store

    LOVE his drums sound! Drums can sing!

  • Phin Al
    Phin Al Hace 2 meses

    Very nice! Thank you, so much!🤘

  • Juan Manuel Martínez Chávez

    Simon: Gracias por compartir este momento tan alegre y por supuesto al creador que nos dió a toda la humanidad la capacidad de crear música y de todos los ritmos!

  • Smokes Reefer
    Smokes Reefer Hace 2 meses

    man... this is awesome!!! thanks for sharing 👍👍🙏🙏

  • Alvester Garnett
    Alvester Garnett Hace 2 meses

    What a brilliant musician. His musical principles are fabulous for all kinds of genres of drumming. I love how much care and purpose he puts into sound, touch and tuning.

  • Marian Capák
    Marian Capák Hace 2 meses

    I love Simon so,so,so very much!!!! GENIUS and so incredible men.And musician ????? My God !!! From else planet !!!

  • Tom Drums
    Tom Drums Hace 2 meses +1

    There is no better sounding kit, than Simon Philips' kit!

  • jonathan iskandar
    jonathan iskandar Hace 2 meses

    GOOD TIMMING, Mr. SIMON. ✨✨ Number ONE in "The Rock Drumming".
    Greetings Healthy always and long life and God bless you.
    from your fans
    AMEN,🙏

  • Jessy L_Bln
    Jessy L_Bln Hace 2 meses

    one of the best one of my favorite drummers 😊🥁👌

  • Rowin Tettero
    Rowin Tettero Hace 2 meses

    yes, he is very good (very much beyond that actually) the tips are invaluable, even though they seem simple, thanks a lot!

  • Tony Macdonel
    Tony Macdonel Hace 2 meses

    PONGAN SUBTÍTULOS POR FAVOR! 😞😢
    MI INGLES ES MALO.

  • David McCallister
    David McCallister Hace 2 meses

    Chad Smith with the Red Hot Chili Peppers is a master at using the hi-hat and getting so many sounds from it.