More 16ths. All singles, moving around the 4 piece kit in an interesting way. There’s not that much more to say about this one, except for the fact that it sounds great. Try it out and see what you think.
And it occurs to me as I write this that you can repeat this phrase as a loop for as long as you want…..I haven’t tried it this way yet, but you can bet I’m going to tomorrow when I get to the studio…..
Here’s the PDF: nasty lick 48
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