For those who are looking for Best Drum Shops in Bristol, there is a place to practice and get an experience while still enjoying all the gear you want from shops you go to a Westampton Drum shop. Since their introduction in 2009 this venue has had some impressive additions and we hope to continue to add good items from the world class players on the market as we strive to become the best place to practise drum.
Westampton Drum Shop has been awarded Best Drum Shop in 2010 as well as 2011. We won Best Drum Shop of 2009 but it was a bit of a fluke as we had had one location with only some old clunky and no electric ones since 2009!
The westampton community is pretty much the greatest community in Bristol. People are friendly and you will find lots of folks doing exactly what you need, most of them looking to try drumming, and to make new friends along the way. You will also find a variety of other options for Drummers and many folks doing it recreationally.
Our location is just outside of Centre Hill but we can often get around from there with your cell phone and are open during the week. We have also got a good location in Branson on the right bank and so are always accessible by a walk from Centre Hill or Branson. If you are looking for a great location to practise drum in a good warm summer weather area it is the new Westampton Drum Shop which does a great job of hosting classes and workshops.
Bristol has been well known throughout the years as well as getting a massive amount of publicity about drum shops. And we are constantly in the news, like we are constantly doing stuff in our shop every single week. There is plenty to do and have done so for a while now and there are lots of people who want to try drumming. Our shop is an excellent resource as well as helping to bring young people into drumming! As well as being a great place to practice drum you will get loads of friendly people at the meetings, or having informal advice to help your drumming skills (if it is getting better). As well as our local event we have some of the best events in Nottingham this year. Our friends over there at the Misfits also play in the weekend at Kings Cross (we have been doing it there for years), and there are lots of lots of good times for all about drumming, live drumming, and drumming at a fun time.
To add on, our family are around, whether that means there are lots of kids or just enjoying the scenery. With our kids at the school or having lessons at the old school, there is lots to do at the Drum Centre in London. There is plenty of room to do lots of things that are all about drumming and learning to play drums and learn to use a cymbal or drums in your family.
But if you are wandering musician
you have got a lot to do or don’t have to for an extra hour or so a week at a time. It is probably best if you have a weekend or some days off as well. As well as keeping you going. If you were to take up any hobbies but you don’t have the time to do them then you are bound to run into these things everyday. In all there is loads of work to do, activities to attend, schools to attend and opportunities to take part.
For the average person who is tired, I would suggest if you get into it enough that if you want to get a bit further you could get into a career in some kind of role. There is lots to learn, it will keep you at the top of your game but you will have to get out of your comfort zone. Not sure why the term of art always has been you be content doing what you are doing and in your sleep. Don’t get that out of your mind for too long, don’t think about it so much, just focus on your routine and you will start to make the best of it. So if you are a person who is always in the dole and gets up for dinner every night with no rest your routine will change every week but you will still be working on your routine.
Then of course you have kids. By this point I say at a certain stage you are in, you start to focus on your kid’s education. What has been your primary education? What is your own style? What do you look for in a person to grow as a person? The best things to be learned from a child are not taught by anyone else but yourself. Just from a very early age you’ll be learning and the biggest question is how to teach them. The best thing to do in my opinion is to watch a professional coach that deals with their childhood. Look at their training because you should always stay up to date on what’s going on in their lives. This is what I learnt at first and you may need a coach for every level you progress through.
So you must visit this Best Drum Shops in Bristol and see how they are treating their customers first, there are plenty that I personally have been using, which you should try too.