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Drumhead : Information for the Modern Drum Enthusiast
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DRUMHEAD encompasses a compelling editorial mix of information regarding education, performance, recording, instruments, equipment and business issues. Drumhead is designed to be an indispensable tool for drummers to improve and enhance their craft in order to realize their personal goals.
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Top Customer Reviews
Tells you a bit, doesn't it?
In fact, the articles are so much more in depth than anything else that's out there. Less breadth in the number of stories and musicians covered, but so much more quality to the interviews.
Yes, this is more of a start-up magazine - there are typos, the graphic artistry isn't cutting edge - but far more fulfilling reading.
The only disappointment is waiting 2 months between issues - and longer when the mailman interferes!
Everyone gets big players and does some kind of interview. These folks actually ask the right questions. Nothing about hair, or some off-stage gossip. The interviews are focused, informative and simply some of the best I've ever seen in this type of magazine.
If this is all you got, it would be plenty. But they include a CD(!) with every issue, with lessons, play-alongs and demos. Not some once-a-year trick to boost sales, every disc in each issue is useful.
DRUMHEAD has done such a good job, I'm hoping someone will take the hint in other instrument fields, or that a sister publication for guitar or keyboards will sprout. In any case, if you want to live and breath drums, this won't get you signed - yeah right - but it is a fine resource for drummers in all styles and at all levels. Check it out, see if you agree.
I also really like Drum Magazine. It's got a Silicon Valley / San Francisco tech aspect to it's excellent microphone and technology articles. Lot;'s of how-to's. The interviews remind me of Rolling Stone magazine, as opposed to drum / music obsessiveness. But, they also have interviewers that really pretty deep.
I haven't read Modern Drummer in a very long time. Maybe, one, in decades. So, I don't know how it's changed compared to Drum and Drumhead. And I shouldn't comment on what Modern Drummer was like back then, obviously.