Faster Drumming – How to Increase Your Hand Speed & Endurance in Both Hands!

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  • Rains Wall

As a drummer, it’s really frustrating when you feel like you’re stuck at a certain speed and can’t seem to play any faster.  

It’s especially tough to get increase your hand speed & endurance if you don’t have a clear path to follow. You waste a lot of time spinning your wheels, trying things that don’t work.

 

In this video series, Rains Wall shows you how to build your speed as a drummer so you can play faster.  

We’ll start by breaking down the basics and then show you some exercises that will help increase your hand speed & endurance over time. 

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