In this lesson we will look at using the 7 stroke roll within 16th note look at playing the 7 stroke roll after beat 4 on the snare drum. That is counted as follows..
You can see that in beat 4, each 16th note is still played R L R L, it's just that now you're playing double strokes on the last 3 16th notes. The next way to play it is with the 7 stroke roll on beat 3, leading onto the snare, rather than leading after the snare. That would be like this..
Remember when playing these rolls within contemporary beats like this that you are playing a rudimental double stroke roll, not a buzz roll, crushed roll or anything similar. You must use the back fingers to snap out the 2nd stroke per hand change. That will give you a clean, even roll sound.
|Quarter Note Rock Beats||Linear Beats 1||Grooving On 2 Snares|
|8th Note Rock Beats||Linear Beats 2||7/4 Beats|
|Busier Rock Beats||The Funky Cowbell Beat||7 Stroke Roll Hihat Grooves|
|Bass Doubles In Beats||Paradiddles In Beats||Half Time Shuffle|
|Rock Shuffle||Tasty Linear Drum Rhythms||Fast Bass Drums|
|Hihat Gliss||Adding The Left Hand Hihat||Ghost Notes 1|
|Cross Sticking||Expanding Drum Beats 1||Ghost Notes 2|
|Cymbal Choking||Expanding Drum Beats 2|