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Drum Lesson 10: 24 Note Gospel Triplet Lick

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Uploaded on Jan 18, 2009

Here's a fill i attempted to nick from Aaron Spears. I came out sounding a little different which I guess is a good thing. The sticking is....

RL KK RL RL KK RL RL KK RL RK RK RL


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So ive had this vid up for a while and im getting quite a few questions on why when people play it, it doesn't "flow" very well....Here's what I normally answer that question with...

"I guess playing really slowly for a long time is an obvious place to start but once you are getting it upto speed the accents are really important. In that video i'm accenting ON the beat everytime...E.g. 1 2 3 4 and trying to ghost most other notes I play with my hands.

Another good excercise is to work on your triplets between hands and feet as an excercise. So I might play RLRLKK to a click quite slowly. Then maybe KKRLRL and RLKKRL

This will get you comfortable with the timing and feel of splitting the hands and feet in a linear fashion. The reason linear playing can be quite hard is because there's no limb thats "keeping time" so we have to have a strong inner clock

Hope that helps

Also check out my drum blog for more Transcriptions, Lessons and Articles:
http://www.samnadel.co.uk

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