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Chops-master Brian Frasier-Moore is back with a catch-you-off-guard groove. In this video, you’ll see his right hand putting the hi-hat hits on the ONE e and A TWO. A relaxed left hand brings in a subtle drag – or “lazy buzz” – immediately after the initial hi-hat hit. The right hand comes over to the snare to play the strong backbeat while Brian peppers in some double strokes on the bass drum.

You’ll get the best feel with a bold and aggressive right hand and a soft, gentle left hand dropping the buzz. The ‘anxious’ hi-hat pattern, combined with a relaxed backbeat, gives this lick a nice tension and release effect.

Give it a try, and then check out Brian’s course on Drumeo Edge.

 

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Brian plays:
Pearl Drums: http://pearldrums.com
Sabian Cymbals: http://www.sabian.com
Evans Drum Heads: http://www.evansdrumheads.com
Vater Drum Sticks: http://www.vater.com

About Brian:
After looking at his extensive list of accomplishments, it’s no surprise that Brian Frasier-Moore is one of the most sought-after drummers in the music business. Having played with artists such as Justin Timberlake, Madonna, Christina Aguilera, Usher, and Janet Jackson, Brian knows exactly what it takes to record and perform with the big names. One of his biggest, most recent accomplishments was performing with Justin Timberlake at Super Bowl LII in 2018!

 

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