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This book was recommended to me by my drum teacher. There are excellent drills or patterns in this book which are great for beginners and expert players as well. My only complaint (as with nearly all music books) is that it should be spiral bound. Bound books (which are hard to keep open on music stands) should have no place in music libraries. This book was recommended to me by my drum teacher. There are excellent drills or patterns in this book which are great for beginners and expert players as well. My only complaint (as with nearly all music books) is that it should be spiral bound. Bound books (which are hard to keep open on music stands) should have no place in music libraries. The AB Guide to Music Theory, Volume 1 is the book that I first used when I was at school. It comes at things from a classical perspective, which has advantages and disadvantages, but if you’re looking for a book that presents the nuts and bolts of music theory in an easy-to-read, no-nonsense package then this is worth a look. Jun 05, 2013 · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Stevie Wonder - Master Blaster (Jammin') (Bass Cover) (Play Along Tabs In Video) YouTube Master Blaster by Stevie Wonder /// Groove Academy Bass Lesson #10 - Duration: 17:37. The AB Guide to Music Theory, Volume 1 is the book that I first used when I was at school. It comes at things from a classical perspective, which has advantages and disadvantages, but if you’re looking for a book that presents the nuts and bolts of music theory in an easy-to-read, no-nonsense package then this is worth a look.