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    How do you guys go about building up chops? I've tried playing on a pillow but I think it totally kills technique. Would getting heavier sticks help mabey? Share your thoughts.

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    Check out http://www.jaredoleary.com/Drumline_Sheet_Music.html, http://www.virtualdrumline.com/ also check out "The Next Level" by Jeff Queen.

    Right now I'm beefing up with SCV's Electric wheelchair 2003 and Double Beat 2004.

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    • #3
      vic firth makes the heaviest sticks you will ever hold theyre call magnums theyre a little pricier but they are worth it they are a great practice/warm up stick theyre made to be the densest and heaviest stick u can hold they work good for building up any muscle and technique
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        Practice

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        • #5
          Heavier sticks might help your chops. However, don't OVERpractice with the heavier sticks, or you are gonna kill your arms.
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          • #6
            What I'm doing to Improve Chops

            I'm not the best snare player in the world because I'm still pretty young but, I noticed that learning hybrid rudiments is a great way of testing you if you really have mastered some of your rudiments or not. Also diddle control is important and the only way to improve your diddles is to play diddles! Getting better at long rolls, paradiddles, paradiddle-diddles, drags, and cheeses help as well. Also Jeff Queen's DVD: Playing with Sticks is a great resource for improving control and chops.

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