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Learn a sweet little tom groove for beginner drummers. The beat sounds much more complicated than it is to play.
For this week's lesson we have got a cool tom groove using the paradiddle-diddle rudiment as 16th note triplets.
This drum fill pattern plays the 6s and 3s against each other for a stand-out drum fill.
Enjoy this simple way to embellish your grooves today.
This past Wednesday, we shared a practice pad exercise focusing on triplets. In this lesson, we'll put what you've been practicing to use on the kit.
In this week's lesson we have got a cool sounding 16th note triplet fill in which we subdivide our 24 notes into groups of 6s and 3s, while combining a few different stick patterns. Enjoy
In this weeks lesson we have got a cool sounding drum fill using a combination of 16th notes and 32nd note triplets.
In this weeks lesson we have got a two different 16th note triplet sticking patterns, one of which has got a pair of 32nd notes to add a bit of speed and intensity into the mix. The other sticking pattern is single strokes, but with a really cool sounding (and looking) voicing. Check it out and I hope you enjoy it!
This sheet accompanies Alex Ribchester's video drum lesson covering some slick 16th-note triplet drum fills. Enjoy!
In this weeks lesson we are combining two different 16th note triplet sticking patterns to create an awesome sounding drum fill. You will find many more sticking patterns like this in my new book 'Rockin' Linear Triplet Fills' which is available now!
In this week's lesson we have got a great sounding fill from a rather tricky sticking pattern. The fill is played as 16th note triplets, but we will be subdividing the pattern in to groups of 4 - RLRK, 5 - RLRKK, and 6 - RLRKRL
This sheet music accompanies Alex Ribchester's video drum lesson drilling some solid 16th note triplet drum fills.
In this week's drum lesson, Alex Ribchester lays out a cool sounding drum fill for intermediate players. Although the syncopated accents and crashes may be tough at first, you'll get the hang of it quickly.
In this weeks lesson we have a go at one of the funkiest drum beats of all time, 'Fool In The Rain' By Led Zeppelin's drummer John Bonham. This is a half time shuffle groove and is therefore quite a tricky beat to get down, but we shall give it a bloody good go!