Right Hand Open Hand

cworrick

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Had a friend post this on facebook. This stood out because I thought it was somehow backwards but it turns out it is correct.
This looks to be a right handed drummer using a left handed setup and playing open handed. The hi-hat and ride are both on the right of the kit with a crash on the left.

Interesting idea in independence training. Keep the hands. Toms are reversed. Feet are switched.

Might have to try this just for fun.

 

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It's the Carter Beauford for righties. I've always wanted to teach students this way (I've never found any students to have all that much right foot-left foot difference/dominance when starting out) but I feel like it'd be too far out and parents might complain since they'd be playing different.
 

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I tried, but couldn't get the feet on board.
 

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Couple things....lol...

Lip-synched "video"....painful to watch if not for Sade's beauty... :)

NOT the original drummer (Paul Cooke)...guy was a stand in for Paul so who knows why the kit was set that way.
 

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GOD I love watching her. what else were suposed to look for? a drummer?...i didn't see a drummer.
 

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Yeah, I tried Harry's way. The remote hats sucked. I just need two right hands.
 


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