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DRUM BASICS – Single Drag Tap

by | Feb 22, 2018 | DRUMS

DRUM BASICS – Single Drag Tap

In this drum tutorial made by Niels Myrner, you are going to learn how to play the “single drag tap”. The single drag tap expands on the drag ruff with one added “tap” stroke (just as the title indicates). This drum rudiment is perfect for creative drum fills, unique solo patterns, or for just improving the timing and control of your drag ruffs. No matter what you end up using it for, it’s another important rudiment that you will definately want to learn.

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Another great tutorial from Niels Myrner for beginner drummers or players who want to get back to the basics.

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