Saturday, 22 January 2011

28 - Swiss army triplet

A right hand flam followed by a right tap and a left tap, or (using a left hand lead) a left hand flam followed by a left tap and a right tap. It is often used in the place of a flam accent, since repeated flam accents will have three taps on the same hand in a row, where repeated swiss army triplets only involve two taps on the same hand.

Execution
Courtesy of DrumRudiments.com



Applied to drumset
Courtesy of FreeDrumLessons.com

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