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Advanced Paradiddle drum fills

Added by 5 years ago

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Take something simple and make it awesome. This is my filosophy when it comes to drumming, so many things we can do and so many variations on just about anything... Let's work our way up from the basics to some mor...

Double stroke roll triplets free drum lessons by Jared Falk

Added by 5 years ago

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Playing triplets is fun! Not very easy to play triplets FAST if you don't take your homework seriously, but it's always nice to split time and switch that 4 to 3 on the fly, leading to unexplored territories (to most ...

6 stroke roll fills and variations

Added by 5 years ago

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We all love rudiments, and we pretty much hate them at the same time... they seem so stupid, and yet they can be very useful, isn't it? You know which rudiment doesn't get enough love? The mighty six stroke roll. ...

No One Knows – Dave Grohl style fills explained

Added by 5 years ago

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If you're trying to play an accurate rendition of QOTSA hit from their "Songs for the deaf" album then this post is definitely for you! Mr RoseDrumStudio was kind enough to sit down on the kit and show us all the f...

Incorporating paradiddle variations into the drumset

Added by 5 years ago

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Paradiddle is a fine rudiment, we all know that, it's the perfect exercise, since it's easy to learn and hard to master, and things get quite complicated when we start to consider all its variations. But what I fee...

Time and drum independance lesson by Dennis Leeflang

Added by 6 years ago

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Sometimes the easiest things are the hardest ones to do right... but what do you know about hand/feet independence? This old lesson may have a not-so-great quality but the AWESOME Dennis Leeflang (drummer for Bumbl...

Syncopation and why you should know EVERYTHING about it

Added by 6 years ago

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A little syncopation drum lesson ... Drumming is no easy task, we all know this simple fact. Drum beats can get repetitive after time and going thru the motions alone won't make it in most cases. That's why you nee...

Two handed hihat drum beats by Jared Falk

Added by 6 years ago

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Jared scores big again in my book by giving away some nice free drum lessons just likes this one, check it out! This time we have some basic sticking for the hihat in simple drum beats, easy to follow and to learn,...

Double hi-hat exercise by Juan Carlos Mendoza

Added by 6 years ago

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It's hard to find good hi hat exercises around but I think this is a nice one. Juan Carlos is playing this funky beat with a couple of hi-hat but I can see how it could be done with a ride cymbal in place of the secon...

Drum lesson with Ginger Baker – part 2

Added by 6 years ago

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Ginger Baker, legendary drummer of the Cream through the sixties, has a gift for explaining his craft. That's why I'm posting the sequel to lesson no.1. It's so easy to follow along the lines of Ginger's teaching, he ...

Put the kick in drum fills – lesson 1 with Romain Goulon

Added by 6 years ago

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Drum fills are great compliment to solid drumming, don't you think? But many drummers totally forget about creative new ways of playing fills and tend to overplay the toms so... here comes a new idea! Using the kick i...

Drum fills lessons – how to make tasty drum fills by Thomas Lang

Added by 6 years ago

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Not much is shown in these drum fills lessons but I liked it a lot, why? Because Thomas has really nailed the problem with drum fills here. Drummers tend to over-fill and they lose much of their groove in the process....