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Snare exercise with Roland TD-17 Series V-Drums

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Published on May 8, 2018

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This snare exercise is one of Anika’s daily routines and transitions between different note values, while adding an extra note here and there. It’s all about learning to move between note sub-divisions quickly and easily.

Some electronic kits use much smaller pads than you’d typically find on an acoustic kit – but because the drumstick has to hit the center of each drum, these smaller pads can actually feel further away from you. This is especially true if you’ve moved from playing a 14-inch acoustic snare to an 8-inch rubber pad. The 12-inch dual-mesh PDX-12 snare* is tension-adjustable for authentic and satisfying rebound, while the height of the snare hoop is much closer to that of an acoustic snare so you can hit an open rim shot with a natural stick angle. If you’re serious about drumming, the TD-17 lets your technique shine through without asking you to compromise.

Anika Nilles: https://www.anikanilles.com

Roland TD-17 Series V-Drums: https://www.roland.com/global/product...

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