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ProgLogic

Jaslow Drum Sheets - prog drum transcriptions

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Hey all,

My name is Evan Jaslow and I'm the former Prog Guru of OnlineDrummer. Nowadays I have my own website where I sell my drum transcriptions. Naturally, I specialize in progressive rock, with my most notable product being a full transcription of Dream Theater's Images and Words. As a whole my selection isn't huge, but what I do have is top-quality as I spend a lot of time (possibly too much) proofreading and re-uploading new versions. There's a selection of free material for download as well, and I do take requests for a fee.

As thanks for reading this, use the promo code OFFICIAL for 10% off anything until November 1. Thanks for checking me out!

Jaslow Drum Sheets

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Well, regardless, I appreciate you checking this out. Out of curiously, do you know how to read drum tabs? Sheet music for drums is surprisingly similar.

No matter how I word that, it probably sounds like I'm trying to make you buy stuff DX

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Haha!  While it does sound like a sales pitch, I'm sure it's also true.  Honestly, I've never bothered looking at drum tabs.

You do have some interesting stuff.  It might be worth buying in case I finally decide to teach myself one day, since I have some of that music to follow along with, or plan to buy some of it.

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If it helps you at all, you might want to look at the selection of free sheets I have for download. Both of the Goo Goo Dolls tracks as well as the Swallow the Sun track (most of it, anyway) are very simple and might be good starting points. Mix that with an online guide to notation basics (or have a friend help you) and you can probably find out if it works for you or not.

I've found there's a surprising number of musicians who understand everything other than reading notation and can play by ear extremely well. If that's you, rock it out!

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I was looking at that.  I also considered buying Branden Morgan's transcription of the last Misery Signals album.  It's something I'm familiar with, but there are parts I haven't figure out yet.  I used to "read" a little when I first took lessons, but I couldn't look at music and play it.  I'd have to see/hear it played before I could do it, but everything made sense on paper after seeing it.  Unfortunately I left that instructor before I really got a solid grasp on it.  I've been playing by ear ever since, but reading is a doable thing and I feel I should learn it at some point.  I can kind of play along to very basic sheet music, but there's a lot of notation that throws me for a loop, and it turns out to be a very simple thing to play when someone shows me.

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