This latest addition is based on an eight note pattern with the hands moving around the toms with one little snare note thrown in. The pattern begins with the right hand and alternates hand to hand the entire way through. It comes from a great Max Roach idea that I love, but it has its own little twist.
Example #1 is just the lick repeated three times to get through the measure as sixteenth note triplets.
The rest of the examples are all variations of differing lengths.
Here’s the PDF: Nasty Lick 55
Let me know what you think.
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