Hey everyone! This time out, I’m honestly not sure where this lick came from. It just kind of came out during practice one day. But when I find a good one (and I only post good ones here) then I share it with you.
It requires technique to pull off, but that shouldn’t stop you. If your paradiddles and six stroke rolls are in shape, you can make this one sound smooth.
There are six different permutations of the idea on the PDF, which, as always, is available for download so you can take it to the practice room.
Here’s the PDF: Nasty Lick 76
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