Frequently Asked Questions – Drum Lessons
1712 N 4th Street – Directions
How Much Do Drum Lessons Cost?
What Drums Do You Teach?
- Drum Set
- Snare Drum
Especially when beginning, drummers need help entering the universe of drumming. From techniques to terminology to equipment, trying to learn drums without the guidance of a proficient drum instructor is inefficient. Get started right and progress faster with a private drum teacher.
Sheboygan drum teacher, percussionist for the Manitowoc Symphony Orchestra and other performing groups, and an active drummer for hire. Mr. Stokdyk has been teaching private drum lessons for 20 years.
(920) 395-4038 voice/text
1712 N 4th St
Sheboygan, WI 53081
In order to learn drums, it is necessary for drummers to practice the lessons and techniques assigned by their drum teacher. In order to practice your drum lesson, it is necessary to have some equipment available for your use. Don’t worry, the equipment required is minimal and can be very inexpensive, especially if you consult your drum teacher for advice. Here I will explain what is required to begin taking drum lessons, and what may be required as you progress as a drummer.
Sign up for lessons by November 22 to receive 2 lessons for half price.
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Band teachers appreciate having students who take private lessons in the band. Students who are privately taught tend to advance faster and with greater comprehension than those who are not. Having these students in the band improves the overall quality of the band performance. The increased proficiency of the students who take private lessons can also benefit those students who do not take private lessons.
Students should practice daily between lessons. Beginning students should practice 20 minutes daily; Intermediate students 30-60 minutes daily; Advanced students 60 minutes daily. Lesson time is not practice time. Please come prepared.