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drums lesson #25

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The Quater Notes Triplet



The quater notes triplet is as longer as two quater notes, so one half note.
We can use different stickings, but in the begin we use the one that comes from the eighth note triplet :

   |1-+2-+3-+4-+|1-+2-+3-+4-+||
SD |RlRlRlRlRlRl| R-R-R-R-R-R-||
BD |o--o--o--o--|o--o--o--o--||

Reverse sticking if you are left handed players.

EXERCISE #1

Tempo = 92bpm ; count-in = 1234



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EXERCISE #2

Tempo = 92bpm ; count-in = 1234



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EXERCISE #3

Tempo = 92bpm ; count-in = 1234



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EXERCISE #4

Tempo = 92bpm ; count-in = 1234



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EXERCISE #5

Tempo = 92bpm ; count-in = 1234



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EXERCISE #6

Tempo = 92bpm ; count-in = 1234



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EXERCISE #7

Tempo = 92bpm ; count-in = 1234



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EXERCISE #8

Tempo = 92bpm ; count-in = 1234



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EXERCISE #9

Tempo = 92bpm ; count-in = 1234



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EXERCISE #10

Tempo = 92bpm ; count-in = 1234



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EXERCISE #11

Tempo = 92bpm ; count-in = 1234



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EXERCISE #12

Tempo = 92bpm ; count-in = 1234



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