My Go To Rock Drum Fill

Rock Drum Fill

 

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13 comments on “My Go To Rock Drum Fill

  1. maurice says:

    nice displacement.

  2. Alex says:

    Many thanks for the video. At my drumming-level, starting a fill on the “a” of 4 looks to be tricky, but I’ll certainly give it a try – and if I can play it properly, I have no doubt that the displacement of the snare-accents will cause a “What’s *that*?” reaction from my bandmates.

  3. Art says:

    Very Cool. Simplicity in it’s finest. I’ve been playing drums for a great many years, and am always interested in different styles and methods. Thanks for the continued free lessons. :)

  4. Lorenzo Paniagua says:

    Great stuff, as always Stephen. Very usefull fill with nice variations!

  5. Jim Tobias says:

    Very cool Stephen! Love the 32nd note kick before the 16th’s. I was experimenting with this at slower tempos and morphed the 32nd kicks into a partial triplet. Basically, Tri-pa-let without playing the beginning note. I also tried inverting the double toms with the flams on the snare and moving the snare part to the Tims. Nice Work! You gave us a lot to think about. Thank you for you incredible teaching ability!

  6. Matt gray says:

    Great ..I love it..I use the same feel but on beat 4 I use my all time favorite sextuplets,or fudaladump with 2 crash fill…fun lesson

  7. Michelle says:

    Thank you for this Stephen! I’m glad you broke this down into easy steps as I’m a new drummer. Made it seem do able

  8. Kapstache says:

    Great stuff. Thanks for the breakdown and sheet music.

  9. Jamie says:

    This is awesome. What cymbals are you using in this video? I love the sound of the crash you’re playing the groove on.

    • Stephen says:

      I believe that’s my 22″ Bounce ride. It has that sound as well as the one sitting next to it, the 22″ Renaissance. Both have a cluster hammer pattern that give it that wash.

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