iDrum FREE digital magazine: Third Issue Features Dennis Chambers, Graham Broad and the exclusive £10,000 Neil Peart competition

iDrum, the free, interactive, digital magazine for drummers, has a packed third issue featuring in-depth video interviews with the unrivalled Dennis Chambers, Graham Broad fresh from The Wall Tour with Roger Waters, and Aaron Comess talking about the return of the Spin Doctors.

There is a special feature on the Musikmesse. This is when all the true advantages of a fully interactive magazine come to the fore – where you can not only see, but listen and hear to all the new products that were debuted there. There is a full A to Z guide from the iDrum team covering a full fifteen pages with video interviews and demonstrations.

iDrum brings you exclusive interviews in every issue, and this month includes features on top teacher Pat Petrillo. Editor Ian Croft also catches-up with Keith LeBlanc with live footage of his band Tack>>Head and you can see videos and a festival report from The UK Custom Drum festival. Another special feature is a behind the doors look at the Zildjian Artists Sessions in London where you can see and hear demonstrations of the new Gen16 Cymbals as well as get previews of what prototypes the research and development team are currently working on.

There are loads of product, DVD and CD reviews, again with video presentations and comment from experts you know and trust. Also included are over an hour and half of free drum and percussion lessons in the Tech Sessions covering all types of rhythm and genres with top teachers including Pete Lockett, Jungle Drummer and iDrum’s very own Jamie Borden.

And don’t forget the competition – you still have the chance to win the drumming prize of a lifetime – a complete set of Neil Peart Evolutions Snare drums by DW, his Sabian Paragon Cymbals and a brick of his custom designed signature Promark Drum Sticks. Together this prize is worth in excess of £10,000 ($15,000 or €11,000).

More than a magazine, iDrum is ahead of its time, an extraordinary experience that allows you to interact directly with the content, whether it is the interviews, the lessons, or the reviews. This free third issue comes with over one hundred and forty pages packed with drumming excitement.

Come and listen to the talking drum magazine, you’re going to love it. Go to

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