This sheet music accompanies Nate Brown's video lesson. In this lesson, Nate Brown explores a triplet groove pattern with a bass drum diddle. Move it around the kit to create a handful of great grooves.
This sheet music accompanies Nate Brown's video drum lesson on exploring sixteenth-note triplet patterns.
This is a great and challenging pattern played as 16th note triplets between the hi hat and the kick drum, as played by John Bonham on Led Zeppelin's 'Good Times Bad Times'. This can be played much easier with a double bass drum pedal, but we are going to go for it with a single pedal, as it was played by the man himself. To get used to this idea, I would recommend just practicing playing the idea over and over with a metronome and gradually increasing the speed. Then you can add it to some nice phat rocking grooves. As always, it would be great if you could 'like' and subscribe, and/or leave a comment about your favourite Zeppelin tracks and Bonham's beats and fills. Cheers. Alex