I second that, after a year of drumming I thought I could master just about anything.. then I got myself a teacher and asked him to teach me Latin and Jazz beats.. it's like a whole new world has opened up to me =pevolusean":v1sf9pd3 said:latin GROOVES!!!!!!!!!!! wow, ive been playing for 3 years and i got interested in latin grooves like 6 months ago. now. i feel more versatile and free. kinda more like a set drummer
I think you'd be hard pressed to find a copy of the 26 basic rudiments, because PAS approved another 14 about a decade ago. They added an assortment of rolls (15- and 17-stroke) more diddles (triple paradiddle, single paradiddle-diddle) and a whole array of long-established flam rudiments (such as the swiss and mill flam regimens).torkid47":2paeknfp said:Work on the first 26 to start. These are the old school..
Here are the standard 26.I think you'd be hard pressed to find a copy of the 26 basic rudiments, because PAS approved another 14 about a decade ago.
PAS now refers to the Basic 40, although I think I saw an official PAS copy that denoted the original 26.