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    SHUFFLE-

    1. A popular and common rhythm used in Blues and some Blues style Rock.
    2. A rhythm rarely understood or played correctly by Bass guitar players unfamiliar with Blues. Usually referred to by such Bass players as "thumpin'" or "that ZZ-Top beat".

    WALK-

    1. A simple rhythm consisting of quarter notes, played up the scale and then back down, commonly used by Bass players when they figure out they can't play a SHUFFLE.
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    DRUM GLOSSARY / TERMS / DEFINITIONS

    Gotta include this:
    Squeak King= Speed King

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    Sweaquity Sweat Equity. what you get when you resell a beat up $20 garage sale kit for more then you have in to it.
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    I tried taking life seriously, didn't much like it so now what I take seriously is living

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    Banging on the drums. Given by Parents girlfriends/boyfriends, wives/husbands or others who think we just bang on drums and not actual play them as an instrument. Some times give to new drummers.
    Conrad

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    Quote Originally Posted by slinglander View Post
    Gotta include this:
    Squeak King= Speed King
    Hah! Love it man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DISENFRANCHISED View Post
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    Huh? Makes no sense.
    Stolen from EddieV:
    Boom, ching, boom boom ching, fuggadugga fuggadugga fuggadugga crash. Rinse, Repeat ad-nauseum.

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    Nothing says 'tough' like a drummer with ducklings on his drums. Ha!

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    Double Bass should also include playing "2" bass drums with a single pedal per bass drum.
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    Wuhanukkah = The day you receive a festival of Wuhan cymbals to play and enjoy!

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    Ginger Faker = one who claims they're a drummer but in reality they're not.
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    Blickem- A snare or tom note followed quickly by a bass drum note. When played in succession it will sound like this, Blickem,Blickem,Blickem,pay me.

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    Blood blisters. The blisters some drummers get by playing really hard during a show because after all, the microphones are really just for looks.

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    Does this count?
    The ' dewwarghthatREALLYHURTSbutmustkeepplaying' knuckle.
    When you crack you knuckles on a rim D:< mid set.
    Had a couple of those.
    Bridie

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    Followed by the 'ohmyGodIambleedingeverywhere' ouchie knuckle graze .

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    Santa Claves two wooden dowels played by a fat guy with a white beard wearing a red suit
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    UFiP TAMAHA Zildjian REGAL TiP

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    "Best Sounding Drums Ever!" Translation: The latest kit I just bought. Also applies to: The Next Kit I Buy

    GeeDeeEmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by DISENFRANCHISED View Post
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    . . . and a two, and a three, and a four . . . .

    GeedeeEmm

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    Bump:

    This is a sticky. It would be fun to keep this going.
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    Hot Dog Rail

    Aka: Rail Consolette

    The vintage popular bass mounted tom holder that can be slid to position along a rail.

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    Swivel Nut

    The nut that is inserted into lugs (usually backed with a spring) to receive tension rods that tighten or loosen to tune drum heads.

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    Pie Tins

    The cheaply made, horrible sounding, stamped out cymbals that are usually accompanied along with low end drum kits or children’s drum sets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olimpass View Post
    Swivel Nut

    The nut that is inserted into lugs to receive tension rods that tighten to tune drum heads.

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    I didn't know that's what those were called.
    - Tom

    Everyone loves FREE... like this free drum forum. But like your car and even your drums, they require upkeep and maintenance and that requires money.

    Will you consider Shopping at Drum Bum to help support this forum?

    Or make a donation here.



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    On behalf of Drum Bum, thank you for your consideration.


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    Quote Originally Posted by drummer View Post
    I didn't know that's what those were called.
    Yes drummer. I’ve had to replace many so when looking for parts, that’s what they were called. There may be another name for them but not that I’m aware of.
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    T-Handle Tension Rods

    Usually a longer tension rod used on bass drums with a handle resembling a “T” shape.

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