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- Aug 7, 2005
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- Jeannette, Pa.
the point was to paint a picture of bass drum doubles - as I think op means (not just any two notes in a row)No quicker way to derail a thread than someone making a definitive statement re: drags vs. ruffs I guess....
I guess the same can be said about the press roll? I've never used it anywhere, but it's so satisfying to do.What i did give up on is the Buddy Rich/Joe Morello type “one handed roll” multiple bounce thing. I was like, man im never gonna use this mess. I admire people who can do it tho.
Relax, I just wanted to know who wrote it.the point was to paint a picture of bass drum doubles - as I think op means (not just any two notes in a row)
to aid him in imagining them; the grace notes being the bass drum the main note the hand (as he understood and thanked me
holly sheeet! lol
..did you get it? an old website from 2012 (I just wanted a picture that's all) did you see?Relax, I just wanted to know who wrote it.
So to answer my own question - while what I wrote was correct back when I was taught, it would appear that we've long since clarified some of these names.Are you referring to the names? Because I think they would normally be called 1. Ruff and 2. 3 stroke roll - correct?