Now we’re moving on to placing some double foot notes in our triplet patterns. This particular pattern came to mind and it’s not a difficult as it might sound at first. It’s simply made up of a few of the basic triplet stickings that we talked about in previous lessons. There’s a RLL and a RRL, two FF groups and two singles. The fact that it’s a group of 9 makes it a little tricky, but I’ll show you how you can use it. This content is for members only.Add to favorites
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