lesson. Wednesday , March 21st , 2018 - 10:16:06 AM
1. First you need to make up your mind and set time for a regular practice on adult cello lessons. It would be best if you make a schedule for yourself wherein you allot at least 2-3 hours per day, 5 days per week for practicing your cello lessons. As always, constant practice makes perfect so always play your cello and play for fun not for other things such as competition.
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You will have one tom in front of the snare. This may either be set off the bass drum or on a separate stand. You will also have a floor tom which will be set to the same height as the snare to the right of your bass drum in line with the snare.
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