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    In this lesson we will discover a method that will allow us to insert the hihat pedal sound at any point of a rhythm, thus creating original grooves that will have an additional layer of rhythmic complexity than usual.

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    Awesome thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDK View Post
    Awesome thanks
    you're very welcome, thanks for watching!

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    I know how to read music even though I don't practice it often, yet it's interesting to see what is played, laid down in print.

    Great job and technique.

    Thanks for taking the time to record and additional time to post!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bish View Post
    I know how to read music even though I don't practice it often, yet it's interesting to see what is played, laid down in print.

    Great job and technique.

    Thanks for taking the time to record and additional time to post!
    thank you very much for watching and kind words, and you're welcome!
    more will come :-)

    Where have you been for the last 7 years?
    just stayed away for a while from drums forums and groups :-)

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    I got my hi-hat technique from listening to Keith Moon.


    I guess I'll have to watch this a bunch of times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Keck View Post
    I got my hi-hat technique from listening to Keith Moon.


    I guess I'll have to watch this a bunch of times.
    Well, that's a little bit different approach :-))

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