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In this lesson, we take the sticks to the practice pad utilizing the six-stroke roll (R l l r r L) as well as some three-note sticking patterns (R l l, r r L).
Many of us maintain a solid practice schedule, but are we making the most of our practice time? Are you practicing? Or, playing?
Learn a great practice pad exercise to help build your double strokes in both hands.
For this week's lesson we have got a fun exercise for the practice pad. The focus of the lesson is on trying to improve your weaker hand by alternating the lead with a couple of 5 stroke roll sticking patterns.
For this week's lesson we have got a fun little paradiddle workout on the practice pad. The exercise consists of 3 sticking patterns in which we add two extra notes, one of them being an accent after every sequence to give us a fun and unique way to create equality between the hands.
Focusing your practice time on the right things can make you a much better drummer with long-term success.
This week's pad exercise is the last of the The Pad series and focuses on diddles.
This weekend is Halloween. It's only fitting that this week's pad exercise focuses on ghost strokes.
Quintuplets (groups of 5 notes) can be tough to evenly space in a beat. This exercise focuses on the 5s.
This week's The Pad exercise takes the sticks to two surfaces.
This week, we're tackling the flam. Here are some fun flam exercises to build your flam chops.
Our 5th The Pad Exercise concentrates on syncopation. Appreciate those Es and Ahs!
The fourth edition of our The Pad exercises focuses on accenting while using alternating sticking.
Being the third edition of our The Pad exercises, I see it only fitting to focus on the threes this week -- Triplets!
The second of our series of Practice Pad Exercises, this pad workout focuses on double strokes.
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