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  1. Re: Playing single paradiddle with a triplet feel with practice pad

    Thanks...I will try that slow and see if I can work my way up...no drums yet,but lots of practice pads.Thanks,Huck
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    Re: 8mm female to 6mm male threaded adapter

    I happened to find a 8mm-6mm adapter,but it's for a spear fishing item of all things.I don't care what it's for as long as it works!
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    8mm female to 6mm male threaded adapter

    Hi:
    I am looking for a 8mm female(cymbal stand thread) to a 6mm male(practice pad) threaded adapter. I want to use my cymbal stand which has a 8mm male thread to thread into the 6mm female thread...
  4. Re: Playing single paradiddle with a triplet feel with practice pad

    Maybe if I split up the groupings,using a double para-diddle as an example...if I played it as...RLR,LRR,LRL,RLL.....played slow,would that get me to the triplet feel? Not sure if I am asking the...
  5. Re: Playing single paradiddle with a triplet feel with practice pad

    I agree 100% about slow and easy.How do I count double strokes as triplets?.Is my counting of paradiddle-diddle correct.....(RL(1),RR(2),LL(3)...RLRRLL(1,2,3,)?...also how do I train my brain to...
  6. Re: Playing single paradiddle with a triplet feel with practice pad

    Thanks...so when or how long does it take before this "feeling that comes over you when you are in the groove"?:icon_cool:
    I always seems to 'hear' the beat or pulse,say,on a song on t.v. and the...
  7. Re: Playing single paradiddle with a triplet feel with practice pad

    Thanks! Seems that is my main problem,not being able to listen NOT to hear it in straight time.
    I found a video of something I thought would be easier to grasp,that being double strokes played as...
  8. Re: Playing single paradiddle with a triplet feel with practice pad

    Thanks!
  9. Re: Playing single paradiddle with a triplet feel with practice pad

    Thanks! I saw that video earlier today,so maybe watching and listening to someone actually playing it would help me better in the long run...I dunno.Thanks for posting that video!
    Sounds to me that...
  10. Re: Playing single paradiddle with a triplet feel with practice pad

    Thanks for posting that linky,but those note markings and values mean basically nothing to me,other than a 1/8 note is twice as fast as a 1/4 note,etc.:)
    I thought maybe there was something easier...
  11. Playing single paradiddle with a triplet feel with practice pad

    Hi:
    I have watched a few videos,specifically regarding playing a single paradiddle with a triplet feel.
    I can't seem to get it...do I need to play to a click?. I don't have any problem with playing...
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    Re: I want acoustic drums...wife says NO!

    That is a good idea,but the houses are too close together,plus heating/cooling and insulating it would be a bit much,I would think,but thanks for the idea!. Huck.
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    Re: I want acoustic drums...wife says NO!

    She said that I could maybe learn the triangle.
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    Re: I want acoustic drums...wife says NO!

    Just did a check of any extra rooms or extra space to build a soundproof room,but all spaces are accounted for.She is pretty adamant about any drums....,but a new BMW sounds more promising,at least...
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    Re: I want acoustic drums...wife says NO!

    35 years in June.She also won't allow me a new M4 BMW. Go figure?! .Not a money thing,at least not for the drums,maybe the BMW.
    I guess I should have stated originally that I had been using an older...
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    Re: I want acoustic drums...wife says NO!

    :drums: Thanks,Huck
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    Re: I want acoustic drums...wife says NO!

    I had Roland TD-10 kit with a KD-120 kick with Pearl Eliminator back around 2007 and could not get used to the all mesh heads,cymbals were clunky sounding,kick pad was super loud when...
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    Re: I want acoustic drums...wife says NO!

    I live in a small subdivision in cold Canada,so garage playing won't work,due to the noise factor.Thanks,Huck
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    Re: I want acoustic drums...wife says NO!

    I agree,but that won't happen.Thanks,Huck
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    Re: I want acoustic drums...wife says NO!

    My wife just recently retired from working in a noisy factory for 35 years,so I can sort of see why she would want some quiet.She is home pretty well 24/7.Thanks,Huck
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    Re: I want acoustic drums...wife says NO!

    Small yard,so a drum shed is not feasible.Thanks,Huck
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    I want acoustic drums...wife says NO!

    Hi:
    Trying to get back into drumming again after a 10 year layoff (beginner),but problem is,I want to buy a drum set,but the wife says NO to any drums in this house!
    I have tried to find any rental...
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    Re: Roland TD-9KX(SX) or DTXtreme III Standard

    Hi: I tried the Yamaha DTXtreme III Standard and to be honest,I ddn't care for the feel of the rubber pads,as after playing for 5 minutes,my left wrist started to feel a little weird,kinda numby. The...
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    Re: Roland TD-9KX(SX) or DTXtreme III Standard

    Thanks! I will check out the III Special and Standard soon.Thanks,Huck
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    Re: Roland TD-9KX(SX) or DTXtreme III Standard

    Hi: I think the pad sizes are larger on the DTXtreme III ,as opposed to Roland's smaller pads.I think the Roland has 10"snare and 8.5" toms,but these sizes may be larger when moving up to the TD-20,...
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