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I'm killing time at work (don't tell anyone) so I couldn't name all 20-25 books or so I have, but here's some of the ones I use most often:

-Stick Control
-4-Way
-Joel Rothman's Mini-Monster Book of Rock Drumming
-Drumstick Control (LOVE this one, but never had much direction on how to apply it. Just practice some of the exercises for a few minutes every now and then)

Some others I have but don't use much (probably should)
-Syncopation (Like Drumstick Control, I've never been sure how to use this one. The exercises are pretty easy if you just do what's written on the page. Where do you go from there?)
-Accents and Rebounds
-Jazz Drummer's Workshop (I don't know much Jazz, but this book seems like a nice place to start)
-The Art of Bop Drumming

Also just got into Mike Johnston's linear drumming.

Might complete this list later.

What's in your library? Any lesser known one's out there you'd recommend?
 

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I like Rothmans books and have a few of them.
Also high on the list is Benny Greb's "The Language of Drumming" that's a great system there!!!
Also Buddy Rich's Modern Interpretation of Snare Drum Rudiments is another must have.
 


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