Topic: Singles and Doubles in a Paradiddle Pattern - Sngls & Dbls [The Exercise Pad Ses  (Read 1052 times)

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Offline Frankie Azzariti

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Hey guys, here's another exercise I found on internet. Check it out, it's the Singles and Doubles in a Paradiddle pattern Exercise. I saw it first in a Travis Barker video. It's pretty cool

Let me know whatcha think guys. Any feedback would be appreciated

 ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMhN72hYwBQ#

P.S. I'm working on the other feedbacks you guys gave me. Thanks again for that.

Offline Chip Donaho

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I practiced both single and double paradiddles on a regular basis. They were both used in a marching cadence we did in the Army Band.   ;)  As time went on I also used both around a set. It made great practice and I drove the other drummers nuts when I practiced on my own personal set while in the Army.
I also found triplets very useful on a set.  :)
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Offline Frankie Azzariti

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I love paradiddles too but this is not a paradiddle exercise. This is a Singles and doubles strokes exercise in a paradiddle pattern. Check it out.

The next exercise I'll post is about paradiddles so I hope you'll enjoy that video ;)

 

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