One Hand 16ths Drumset

Author: Rod Morgenstein

Lesson description

For years, drummers have been warming up on a drum pad. Berklee College of Music faculty and former member of the Dixie Dregs and Winger, Rod Morgenstein, believes drummers should warm up on the entire drumset rather than on just a snare or a drum pad, so he developed his own method. In this lesson, he concentrates on 16th notes played on one hand at a time.

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