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    He is the man, no doubt.

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    Hour long interview with Jojo: http://youtu.be/o1dWR2OilC0



    Cool stuff!
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    Thanks for the pedal video i didnt know he had come up with his own pedal i remember when i started drumming the drive on my pedal was a leather strap lol when i got my first chain driven pedal i though i was the coolest kid this side of the mississippi. I learned alot about speed control from mayer i still practice his snare rudiments today and the finger exercise i do them when im at the docs office or in car or on a train finger muscles are important without mayer ide have no stick control.

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    Hot tip, couple of live Nerve albums are up for free on their Bandcamp page. Excellent stuff.
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    Awesome, thanks for that!

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    I was watching his Secret Weapons for the Modern Drummer video, and he can play single flams consecutively at an incredible speed to the point where it basically becomes a flam roll. I want to be able to play flams like that someday. Also, he always uses traditional grip. I find that I can get more power from my left hand while using traditional sometimes, but for some reason the stick can rub up against my thumb too much and it's pretty uncomfortable. I wonder if my grip is too loose or too tight? I can't seem to find a way around it. Either way, I'm impressed that Jo Jo can play traditional so flawlessly.

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