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I been going to Art Verdi's web site,artverdi.com and it's really helping me

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  • I been going to Art Verdi's web site,artverdi.com and it's really helping me

    Art Verdi has these videos of his left hand playing these unaccented eighth note triplets to a metronome at speeds over 200. He explains how to hold the stick so you can get more rebound strokes. He also explains the best way to practice left hand finger control with out moving the wrist.

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    the world's fastest drummer... on the world's slowest webserver

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      Burns and Malin "Finger Control", I don't know if its still in print, but it's the book I studied from for 6 years. It's a great book and great for building chops.
      Drumkat Turbo 4.5, Emulator X3, Superior 2.1, Roland Fantom XR, DTXtreme III, SPD-20 etc.......

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        This Verdi has the best chops I've seen in years. WOW,what a left chop! They have a lot of finger control books that are good.

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          This site www.artverdi.com can keep a guy there for an hour. Al gives a good explanation of how to hold the stick when preparing to practice the finger technique. Jim Chapin has a good video out for tech.

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