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DRUM TUTORIAL – Single Ratamacue

by | Mar 12, 2018 | DRUMS

DRUM TUTORIAL – Single Ratamacue

In this drum tutorial made by Niels Myrner, you are going to learn wow to play the Single Ratamacue. The single ratamacue is the first in a series of related “ratamacue” rudiments. It’s simple structure is made up of single strokes combined with a few drag strokes. This pattern is typically played with a triplet feel, and that makes it work well within Jazz, Latin, and other world styles of music.

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

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