Bill Bachman

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Bill Bachman is a percussionist.[1] Bachman has worked with The Cadets, Blue Knights, Carolina Crown, Magic of Orlando and many more. He studied at Berklee College of Music and the University of North Texas.[2]

Bachman is an author of rudimental marching percussion literature, and is the designer of Vic Firth's Heavy Hitter Pads. He an endorser of Remo Drumheads, Zildjian cymbals, and Vic Firth sticks & mallets.

In addition to his regular work as a clinician, teacher, and educator around the US, Bachman teaches internationally via Skype and through his website, The site is a new take on the online lesson format which focuses not on simply teaching ideas, but actually presenting them in a 'workout' format so that users can practice along with Bachman.


  • Quad Logic[3]
  • Rudimental Logic
  • Bass Logic
  • Logical Warm-Ups
  • Stick Technique
  • Heavy Hitter Pads


  1. ^ "Vic Firth Signature Artist: Bill Bachman". Retrieved 16 November 2015.
  2. ^ "Bill Bachman". Retrieved 16 November 2015.
  3. ^ Gia. "Quad Logic by Bill Bachman - Marching Percussion Method Books - Method Books - Steve Weiss Music". Steve Weiss Music. Retrieved 16 November 2015.

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