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Re: Drum Teacher Reference Thread
« Reply #50 on: January 21, 2007, 10:00:54 AM »
I'm aware that sir Koko offers drum lessons during his spare time.  Try to meet him on any of his gigs and inquire about it.

what group ba yung tinutugtugan ni kuya Koko ngayon?  :-)



I'm also asking that question to myself.  :-D

Seriously, I'm still giving thought about it.  I still need to learn how to teach effectively.

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X2 on that...you should offer drum lessons kuya  :-D
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Re: Drum Teacher Reference Thread
« Reply #51 on: January 22, 2007, 01:13:38 PM »
Koko Bermejo plays for jazz group Affinity.  They often post gigskeds on the Pinoydrums Yahoogroup.

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Re: Drum Teaching Service Reference Thread
« Reply #52 on: January 27, 2007, 05:01:09 PM »

any drum teacher in Tondo?



 



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« Reply #53 on: January 29, 2007, 09:07:16 AM »
ah mga bro ask ko lang kung my idea kau na lesson for drums... and san nakakabile... oido lang me... and gs2 ko sana m22 bumasa ng nota..... tnx mga tol...


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Re: Drum Teaching Service Reference Thread
« Reply #54 on: January 29, 2007, 01:04:17 PM »
ah mga bro ask ko lang kung my idea kau na lesson for drums... and san nakakabile... oido lang me... and gs2 ko sana m22 bumasa ng nota..... tnx mga tol...


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Re: Drum Teaching Service Reference Thread
« Reply #55 on: February 06, 2007, 01:42:41 AM »
J.I.H.A.D.

JP's Institute for Highly Advanced Drumming

Testi:
Seriously, JPMB offers drum lessons. I've been to one recently and I've picked up several chops for improving and addin up to my drum vocab and comprehension. and a few cheat chops that does the trick quite effectively and effeciently. Yes, yes we all need to start somewhere in drumming and JIHAD is one viable launch pad. I don't know with you but today I'm heading towards JIHAD to configure my elims pedals properly and steal a few more tricks. So have a go at it, drop Mr. JP Buduan a line today and find out what you're missing. ring him up, send him a text, fax, emai, telegram, pm, or visit him in Yupangco showroom, what have you...just go for it! best of all, u have the liberty of enjoying alcoholic refreshments whilst learning!

 :-) :-) :-)

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Re: Drum Teaching Service Reference Thread
« Reply #56 on: February 12, 2007, 03:31:05 PM »
J.I.H.A.D.

JP's Institute for Highly Advanced Drumming

Testi:
Seriously, JPMB offers drum lessons. I've been to one recently and I've picked up several chops for improving and addin up to my drum vocab and comprehension. and a few cheat chops that does the trick quite effectively and effeciently. Yes, yes we all need to start somewhere in drumming and JIHAD is one viable launch pad. I don't know with you but today I'm heading towards JIHAD to configure my elims pedals properly and steal a few more tricks. So have a go at it, drop Mr. JP Buduan a line today and find out what you're missing. ring him up, send him a text, fax, emai, telegram, pm, or visit him in Yupangco showroom, what have you...just go for it! best of all, u have the liberty of enjoying alcoholic refreshments whilst learning!

 :-) :-) :-)

another one for JIHAD :-)
JP's Instructional and Helpful Advices in Drumming
JP's Invitation for red Horse After Drumming Lessons

So in short... JP's Into Helping others Advance their Drumming skills

Sessions are definitely fun ... He'll even show you how to be part of a marching band ala drumline movie  :-D

corny na ba? dahil ata to sa sobra chuva posts lateley eh ...

One more thing, He'll make sure that you'll learn or else .... [place your favorite consequence here  :evil: ]

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« Reply #57 on: February 12, 2007, 05:49:47 PM »
seriously, i would like to know more about jihad. pagbalik ko ng manila kasi baka maglesson ako kahit per session muna kasi wala akong matitirhan dun.

kelangan ba talaga rh after lesson para pumasok sa kukote ang drum advices?  :evil:
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« Reply #58 on: February 14, 2007, 11:32:51 AM »
i dont know kung OT pero... anyway... :)

Naghahanap po ng teachers ang The Music Source, preferably those who can read and write in standard notation. drums, bass, guitars, violin, etc...  For those interested, do call the number below and look for Mr. Richard Tenorio... there will be an audition on Friday, Feb 16, 10 am.  :)

The Music Source 1021 EDSA, Bgy Veterans Village, Project 7, Quezon City...

376-4598

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« Reply #59 on: February 21, 2007, 08:49:02 AM »
Ok kay sir Jun Regalado. Nakakaintimidate at first (kse shempre sya ANG Jun Regalado) but he's really great. Learned a lot from him and I plan to take up more lessons soon. Your playing will surely jump to a higher level.

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« Reply #60 on: February 27, 2007, 06:20:59 PM »
question lang.. prehas ba lahat ng price ngd drum lessons sa lahat ng yupanco? yamaha/perfect pitch.. plano ko ulit mag pa turo.. tapos ung mga barkada ko guitar daw at bass...

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« Reply #61 on: February 27, 2007, 06:29:31 PM »
yes bro its one company..same price also

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« Reply #62 on: February 28, 2007, 05:21:06 PM »
yes bro its one company..same price also

eh di same price rin sa j.i.h.a.d?
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« Reply #63 on: February 28, 2007, 05:53:48 PM »
haha..no bro..Jihad is not connected with it..its a totally differnet creation...Jihad is formed to cater the per session students only..meaning the students pays only every session..we find it more affordable kasi for the starting students and jihad is not your usual drum school..haha...lets talk about this once you are here pare...

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« Reply #64 on: February 28, 2007, 07:59:24 PM »
ah tnx...eh and2 pa kasi ako sa cagayan ngayon eh. d2 kami mag susummer. tapos d2 na lang cguro sa yamaha d2 or perfecr pitch.. pag balik ko sa manila ng may pag sisikapan ko na dyan ako. tapos yang j.i.h.a.d. na yan. 8-) hehe...


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« Reply #66 on: March 04, 2007, 10:53:26 AM »
hehe may logo pa?? :-D :-D :-D

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Re: Drum Teaching Service Reference Thread
« Reply #67 on: March 04, 2007, 11:58:17 PM »
warning: long post :-)


Share ko lang po experience ko about learning drums. Matanda na po ako, wala na ako sa kalendaryo. Matagal ko nang gustong mag-aral ng drums pero parating deprioritized. Lately, napagisip-isip ko na dapat isingit ko na ang pag-aaral otherwise baka hindi ko magawa at maging huli na ang lahat :-). So, simula na ang paghahanap ng magtuturo...

Naniniwala ako ng walang isang teacher na pwede sa lahat ng estudyante. Different teachers for different students.. Different teaching styles for different students. Personal na experience ko po ito. Maaring maiba ang sa inyo.

Sa opinyon ko lang, ito ung mga tingin ko dapat kong hanapin sa isang guro:
  • marunong makipag-communicate (verbal, non-verbal/actions, and demo)
  • tumatanggap at umaamin na hindi nya alam lahat ng bagay. Kung may tanong ako na hindi masagot or hindi nya alam, sasabihin nya na hindi nya alam at ituturo nya kung saan/kanino mo pwede itanong at makuha ang sagot
  • life-long learner -- since alam nyang hindi nya alam lahat, gumagawa ng paraan para matutunan ang iba pang bagay. Hindi tumitigil sa mga alam lang nya at lumalabas sa kanyang "comfort zone"

Yan ung parang basic na hinahanap ko sa magtuturo.


Sa kaso ko, alam kong 1 or 2 months lang ako pwede mag-lesson so dapat ang guro ay flexible (lalo na in terms of payment -- ung pwede per session). Kaya ding sanang mag-adapt dun sa kinakailangang pace. Sobrang beginner/newbie ako so isa din sa consideration yon. Mahirap naman kung sa mga master ako kaagad magpaturo kasi sayang naman ang kanilang oras at galing kung ang ituturo lang sa akin ay yung sobrang basic. Isa pa, most likely puno na yung schedule nila; and konting-konti lang ung vacant na time slots ko within the week dahil sa priorities.

Searched sa philmusic forums... tumingin ng feedback... looked at how the prospective teachers
communicate/interact/deal with other people (if available). Tinignan ko ung more or less match dun sa basic na hinahanap ko sa itaas. I initially asked JP kung meron syang kilalang kayang magturo ng drums though alam ko na na pasok na sya dun sa basic reqs ko. From there, nagtungo sa pagpapaturo ko sa kanya under jihad.

Ang gusto kong matugtog ay rock, progressive, funk, latin/afro-cuban/brazilian and jazz. Alam kong rocker si JP. Not sure about the funk and definitely not jazz :-). Anyway, with the short 1 to 2 months that I have, alam kong hindi ko matututunan ung iba so ok din to start with rock.

Had 4 sessions with him and so far lessons are great. Basics ng strokes, paradiddles, triplets, flams and combinations. Application nung mga yon sa drumset. Natutunan din ang basics ng double bass drumming. Hindi man sya jazz drummer  pero I can see na he's trying his very best learning that (satisfies my third basic req).


So, if you more or less have the same "condition" as mine, or you have the same basic requirement as mine, you might want to try jihad. Kung hindi nyo man magustuhan or you think you need a different teacher, you can always go to a different teacher since your commitment is on a "per session" basis. But don't let this make you think that he will just teach you during the session .. in fact he will bug you (via yahoo messenger or forum pm) to practice the exercises.


Ah, hindi ko pa pala naikwento ung tungkol sa "having fun" and ung "inspiration/motivation parts"... I'm sure you can imagine ... ;-)

sayang walang smiley/emoticon na mahaba ang buhok eh .. afro lang ... :-)



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« Reply #68 on: March 05, 2007, 09:25:34 AM »
heeeyaaaa!wow phfreq thanks man for the testimony....damn nakakataba ng puso to pare..haha..i want to thank you man for consdering jihad to be a part of your drumming growth..thanks you enjoyed those lessons we have...yes man lately my lessons thru my sensei antony dio was about swing and jazz and im trying my best to learn the stuffs..haha..dami na nga nagsasabi di bagay sa akin hehe...dude i hate to see you leave the country but i know your decision to go abroad is the best for your family..and i salute you for that..you will always be a part of jihad bro.. :mrgreen:

jun thanks for the logo..haha..tama si phreq sayang may emoticon sana na mahaba buhok...konting ipon at tiyaga na lang guys for me and i can raised up my funds for the renovation and soundproofing of jihad drum area... :mrgreen:

here's a bottoms up of beer for you guys...cheers :mrgreen:

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Re: Drum Teaching Service Reference Thread
« Reply #69 on: March 10, 2007, 05:34:34 PM »
mga kapatid, meron bang malapit lapit sa alabang na nagooffer ng lessons?  :-D

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« Reply #70 on: March 13, 2007, 12:12:55 PM »
ei ilan na studyante ngayon sa jihad?  :-D

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« Reply #71 on: March 15, 2007, 07:40:41 PM »
Hi I'm looking into gettin busy with just my snare.

Kindly list some local drumline instructors you know.

Thank you. I'll delete this thread later on and move the contacts to the drum reference thread in the interest of order, upon garnerin a significant amount of contacts for this endeavour.

Kind regards!

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« Reply #72 on: March 15, 2007, 07:46:59 PM »
Hi I'm looking into gettin busy with just my snare.

Kindly list some local drumline instructors you know.

Thank you. I'll delete this thread later on and move the contacts to the drum reference thread in the interest of order, upon garnerin a significant amount of contacts for this endeavour.

Kind regards!

 :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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« Reply #73 on: March 16, 2007, 06:49:26 AM »
sa conservatory meron...sa UP and UST  :-)
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« Reply #74 on: March 17, 2007, 01:22:44 PM »
fafa bangbus..

try mo ung mga lessons ni jeff queen sa vicfirth.com..
meron siyang tinuturong mga backsticking, three way backsticking, etc..

try mo lang kc im a student of UST Conservatory of Music and im a percussion major..
dalawa lang prof namin sa percussion and either sa kanila ndi nagtuturo sa pageexhibition ng stick, and other related to that.. turo lang talaga nila sight reading, and other classical percussion instruments like tympani, marimba, etc.. :-)

pero kung lessons sa snare and sight reading ang gusto mong mapagaralan, meron atang extension classes sa UST..
pero d talaga ako sure kung sino magtuturo or kung meron talaga.. :-)