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Learn how to play rock drums - Coordination

Introduction to the video drum lesson: Basic Rock 1

The drum sheet of this lesson about coordination in Rock drumming contains a series of basic exercises on the drum set.

This series of lessons deals with various combinations of strokes on the classic rock pattern, a 4/4 measure with steady quadruplets played by the right hand on the ride cymbal, and second and fourth fourths played by the hi-hat.
The drum sheet of these lessons split the staff in two: the upper one shows the steady pattern of hi-hat and ride cymbal, and the lower one shows a combination of snare and bass drum strokes. The first exercise shows only the basic rock pattern, the following ones add various combinations of single strokes to the left hand eights.

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