We all have had that moment when you get completely zoned out and imagine yourself on the stage singing the song that is currently blaring out of your speakers. Or maybe you are the cool drummer performing an impossible part and throwing drumsticks into the crowd while the audience cheers you.
As positive thinking theory teaches us, envisioning a bright picture of your dream is the half of the whole progress. The unpleasant part is that the other half of your wild success is monotonous everyday practice. The rule of 10,000 hours teaches us that. On a more positive note, private drum lessons with awesome Solomriya instructors will motivate you so much that you won’t even notice that you have been practicing for three hours now! Except for the back pain, of course.
Drums are ancient. They may not be the most ancient type of musical instrument, but the fact that the first specimen found in China dates back to 5500 BC, speaks volumes. That is probably why this instrument is associated with something primal in the minds of many, and clingy rhythm makes us dance or hum it throughout the day.
Taking drum classes can be a great way to unleash your energy if you want to channel it somewhere but hate sports. Famous drummers at rock concerts are sweating like they are working out, not to mention how cool their “training” sounds to the observers. So, if you decide to take private drum lessons with a teacher, you are going to upgrade your musical skills, as well as physical shape while learning to play one of the most ancient instruments in the world.
There are a lot of benefits of learning to play drums individually, and here are just a few of them:
Start now, and who knows, maybe you will become the next Ringo Starr in five years.