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4 MUST LEARN LINEAR FILLS – DRUM LESSON

4 MUST LEARN LINEAR FILLS – DRUM LESSON

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Fill #1 (3,3,3,3,4)

The powerful group of 3

Right – Left – Kick (R L K – Played 4 times)

Notice all the hands are accented

Finish on 4 hits on the snare

Fill #2 (4,4,6….2 left over)

The awesome foursome

R L K K (played twice)

And introducing…

The sweet Six

R L R L K K

And don’t forget the left overs at the end

R L

Fill #3 (4,6,6)

As you can tell by now, 4s and 6s work really well together.

What creates different sounds is where you place the hands.

Be sure to experiment with hand placement.

Fill #4 (5,3,5,3)

The tricky but awesome sounding group of 5.

Combined with the powerful group of 3.

Together they make 8.

Have fun with this one!

Where to from here?

If you want to hear and see all the parts for the lesson, check out the video.

If you want to really get ahead in your drumming, be sure to check out the online drum lessons we have available at DD Drums.

May your drumming get better and better every day.

All the best!

Dave Debono

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