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F I V E - S T A R T E C H T I P S

DRUM RUDIMENTS
The sticking patterns we’ve come to know as the Here are some suggestions on how to get the
traditional drum rudiments began as military drum most out of practicing the Rudiments:
calls and evolved over hundreds of years. Today these • Start all patterns with both the right and left hands.
fundamental patterns are used by all types of drum- • Practice at different tempos and dynamic levels.
mers to develop technical proficiency, strength, speed • Play the Rudiments with your hands and feet.
and endurance. The basic beats are made up of single • Apply the Rudiments to the drumset.
strokes, double strokes, grace notes and combinations • Make up your own “rudimental” sticking patterns
of those strokes that have become standardized. and exercises.

Single Stroke Roll (#1) R L R L R L R L R L R L R L R L


Double Stroke Roll (#6) R R L L R R L L R R L L R R L L
Single Paradiddle (#16) R L R R L R L L R L R R L R L L
Double Paradiddle (#17) Triple Paradiddle (#18)

R L R L R R L R L R L L R L R L R L R R L R L R L R L L
Five-Stroke Roll (#7) Seven-Stroke Roll (#9) Nine-Stoke Roll (#10)

RRLLR L L RRLLRRL R L RRLLRRLL R L L


Thirteen-Stroke Roll (#13) Seventeen-Stroke Roll (#15)

R R L L R R L L R R L L R L L R R L L R R L L R R L L R R L L R L L
Flam (#20) Flam Tap (#22) Flamacue (#23) Swiss Triplets (#28)

L R R L L R R R L L L R R R L L L R L R L LR LR R L L R R L
Drag (#31) Single Drag Tap (#32) Drag Paradiddle #1 (#36) Single Ratamacue (#38)

LL R RR L LL R L RR L R R LL R L R R L RR L R L L LL R L R L RR L R L R

The Rudiments shown above are among the 40 standard “International Drum Rudiments”.
For a complete Rudiment chart go online at www.pas.org/Resources/rudiments.cfm.