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Inspired by Steve Gadd's unique drumming style, this lesson explores a sweet two-measure groove with some 32nd-note double stroke combinations between the hands and feet.
This lesson explores a linear, 32nd-note drum fill for intermediate to advanced drummers.
Combining 32nd notes and 16th notes, in this lesson we'll create a fun, linear drum fill great for any level of player.
Learn an advanced, linear drum beat/fill idea inspired by the amazing Steve Gadd.
For this week's lesson we have got a cool 2 bar groove. The focus will be on the 'a' of beat 2 in which we bring the left hand up to an open hi hat with the kick and we have a little burst of 32nd notes on the '&' of beat 4.
This microscopically complex beat played by Damion Reid, sets the tone for Robert Glasper's tune "F.T.B." It features rapid 32nd note paradiddle-diddles played between the hi-hat and snare (beginning on the 'e' of beats 2 and 4). Meanwhile, the bass drum anchors the feel – sounding on beats 1 and 3. The drum part evolves organically throughout the piece while maintaining a relaxed vibe.
In this week's lesson we have a crack at an awesome sounding linear rock drum fill using a combination of 16th and 32nd notes around the kit. Its a fun one!
This rockin' drum fill sounds great and is a lot of fun to play. Be sure to watch the accompanying video drum lesson.
For this week's lesson we have got a fun 2 measure drum fill as 16th notes or a tough single measure 32nd note lick.
This week, Alex lays down a monster 32nd note drum fill. Be sure to watch the accompanying video drum lesson.
In this week's lesson we have got a Steve Gadd inspired drum lick with a paradiddle style sticking pattern.
This sheet accompanies Alex Ribchester's lesson video sharing a few Steve Gadd inspired drum grooves.
In this week's lesson we have got a sweet linear(ish) drum beat between the bell of the ride cymbal and the hi hat.
In this week's lesson we have got a rather tricky linear(ish) drum beat. The groove is made up of some swift 32nd note doubles, some single stroke 32nd notes and some dynamic orchestrations. Its in 4/4 and is a fun little challenge for any drummer to have a go at.
Alex shares a more advanced linear(ish) groove for you to play this week. Be sure to check out his accompanying video drum lesson.