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Acoustic Alchemy play Drum Masterclass at Gear4music
On Thursday December 3rd 2009 Gear4music.com is hosting a unique Drum Masterclass, featuring members of world renowned smooth jazz outfit Acoustic Alchemy.
The event is being hosted at Gear4music's headquarters in York, and will be broadcast live and for free at www.gear4music.com/tv.
Leading the event will be Acoustic Alchemy's Greg Grainger, who will be giving hints and tips on how to improve your playing and technique.
Pearl and Sabian endorsee Greg has been described by Rhythm Magazine as a "rhythm master" whose work is consistently "solid and tasteful".
The event begins at 7pm (GMT) on Thursday 3rd December. Professional drum tutor Dave Hardy will open the event, followed by Greg Grainger with members of Acoustic Alchemy.
For those who can make it to the event there will be a free prize draw for a Sabian AAX X-Plosion Fast Crash cymbal.
In addition there will be plenty of giveaways on the night including booklets, DVDs and posters.
If you would like to attend the event in person, please email email@example.com stating your name, address and the number of tickets you require.Posted on 25 Nov 2009 10:08 to category : Instruments News
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