In this Tuesday lesson sponsored by Jammit, learn the drum fills from this classic 80s song. This song is a great song for beginner or intermediate drummers looking to improve timing on up-tempo songs, as well as endurance.
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In this weeks lesson we have a go at a nice little 6 note para paradiddle pattern played as either a groove or a drum fill. We can add some cool voicing ideas and a bit of kick to bring this idea to life.View It »
This weeks lesson I have put together a nice little groove on the toms in 6/8 (or 12/8... depends how you want to think about it.). It is simple to begin with, but as we add more layers it becomes more difficult, but a bit more lively.View It »
In this lesson, Nate Brown shares some examples from Andy Ziker's 3rd part in the drum books series, Funk Up You Hi-Hats.View It »
A skeleton drum setup is a kit without toms … only bass, snare and cymbals. This lesson focuses on skeleton fills, meaning that they only use bass, snare and cymbals.View It »
Learn how to play Bonham bass drum triplets. Purchase a transcription. JohnXDrums In this lesson, I will teach you how to play triplets with the bass drum. It's a technique used by numerous rock, funk and R&B drummers, but made famous by John Bonham in 1968 when he played, what's now referred to as, "Bonham Triplets", on the Led Zeppelin songs, "Good Times Bad Times" and "I can't quit you baby".View It »