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This unique hi-hat technique is used by Steven Adler throughout the verses of the Guns N Roses hit Welcome to the Jungle.
"21 Guns" is an anti-war power-ballad by Green Day. It was nominated for two Grammys in 2010—in the categories of Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song.
The last installment of the hi-hat foot exercises, Patrick whips out the "E" and "Ah" this week.
This week, Patrick shares more hi-hat foot exercises, now with the hi-hats placed on the "ah."
This week Patrick shares some five beat grooves over a hi-hat foot clave and other foot patterns.
Part 3 of Patricks lesson series on building hi-hat foot coordination.
Patrick shares Part 2 of this hi-hat foot practice series.
Patrick shares some basic hi hat foot patterns for building hi hat foot independence in this weeks exercise.
This is a cool idea for a drum fill or a groove played around the kit using sextuplets. It has you crossing your hands over each other, so it looks pretty sweet too. It has a clear pulse to it, so it also works great as a 4/4 groove. Finally we are going to add open and closed hi hats with the left foot as explained in Nate Brown's video lesson -'Make it Splash'.
This sheet music accompanies Alex Ribchester's video lesson, A Cool Tom Groove & Fill.
Learn a cool technique called "Splashing The Hi Hat." Add a new layer of sound to your grooves.
This sheet music accompanies Nate Brown's video drum lesson. Learn a cool technique of splashing the hi hat.
This is a funky little groove playing 16th notes between the hi hat and snare, with the bass drum landing on beat 1 and the '&' of beat 3. Notes played on the hats should be heavily accented to ensure that they cut through. The snare should be accented on the usual, beats 2 and 4. You can make it your own by playing more kick drums with open hi hats..... its quite fun.
This sheet music accompanies Alex Ribchester's video drum lesson titled "Getting More From The Basics."
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