Double 16th Kicks Ending On An Eighth Note

A list of grooves with two quick 16th note bass drums played on a single foot that end on a numbered or '+' count.

This lesson is similar to that on grooves with Double 16th Kicks Starting On An Eighth Note. In these grooves the second note of the double sixteenth will be on an eighth note. This presents slightly more of a challenge on your co cordination so don't be afraid to start slow and build the patterns up if you need to. Make sure you have the counting correct before playing, there is a counting checker included for each example.


Example 1

Example 1 Check Your Counting:

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The counting for this rhythm is: 1 + 2e+ 3 + 4 +a


Example 2

Example 2 Check Your Counting:

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The counting for this rhythm is: 1 + 2 +a3e+ 4 +


Example 3

Example 3 Check Your Counting:

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The counting for this rhythm is: 1 +a2e+ 3e+ 4 +


Example 4

Example 4 Check Your Counting:

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The counting for this rhythm is: 1e+ 2e+ 3 + 4 +


Example 5

Example 5 Check Your Counting:

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The counting for this rhythm is: 1 + 2 + 3e+ 4e+


TASK

  1. Using the 2 minute rule, get all grooves up to a tempo of at least 120bpm.
  2. Create your own variations on these patterns. Write as many down as possible.