Last time we focused on eighth notes. This time we add sixteenths.
Some of these exercises will sound cool and some won’t, but the idea is to give you the freedom to play what you want while maintaining the inverted paradiddle groove pattern. Next time, in part 3, we’ll focus on grooves that we test out here in the practice studio. ‘Til then…
Here is the Part Two PDF that you can download and take into your practice room: Inverted Paradiddle Independence Part Two
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