In this lesson we'll look at a new 16th pattern and how to break it
up around the kit. This time we're using the left lead Swiss
Army Triplet rudiment, within a 16th note context. The sticking of this rudiment is as follows:
The first thing to do is just play the triplet slowly, making sure
the flams are splitting correctly and all the notes are flowing
evenly. Once you can do that, put all the RH notes on the first tom.
After that, let's learn the actual fill, which takes the Swiss Triplet sticking, and puts it in a 16th note context. Watch the video above to learn this sticking pattern.
This lesson taken from:
|Re-orchestrating Drum Fills||The Herta||Wicked 16th Fills - Part 1|
|Random Outdoor Drum Solo||The Herta - Part 2||Wicked 16th Fills - Part 2|
|The Blushda||Advanced Fills In 5 & 7||Wicked 16th Fills - Part 3|
|The Blushda - Part 2||Wicked Triplet Fills - Part 1||Wicked 16th Fills - Part 4|
|Groovy Triplet Stickings||Wicked Triplet Fills - Part 2||Fast 6's|
|The Left Flam Triplet||Wicked Triplet Fills - Part 3||Extremely Fast 1 Hand Drum Fill|
|The X Fill||The Octopus||Fast 6's|