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February 2015 Newsletter

Brand new print catalog hot off the press, We’re headed to Texas for TMEA, New Tapspace Apparel, New Concert Music for 2015, Feature Article: Using the Tap-Off in the Classroom (by Ralph Hicks), Festival Score 3-packs, Virtual Drumline Tip: Understanding Auto Right/Left vs. Manual Instruments, Artist Spotlight – Bobby Lopez, Video Submission of the month by The Woodlands HS directed by Andy Salmon.

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December 2014 Newsletter

Tis the Season! Free Shipping on orders of $50 or more till the downbeat of ’15, New Tapspace Apparel, Meanwhile in a Parallel Universe Redux, New Concert Music for 2015, We’re headed to Midwest!, Webstore Wish Lists, Virtual Drumline Tip: Write for the Players, Not the Playback, Artist Spotlight – Rick Dior, Video Submission of the month by Evan Jose.

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