Today marks the first of what will hopefully be a regular, on-going series of guest blog posts from my friend and great Irish Jazz drummer Conor Guilfoyle. He's been posting lessons on YouTube.com for quite some time now and I've always admired not only his wonderful information but also his excellent delivery and concise explanations as well.
Today Conor offers us an excellent explanation on how to use odd-grouping subdivisions over a triplet subdivision:
And here's the written companion to this piece:
To learn more about Conor's activities check out his website www.conorguilfoyle.com (there are also many more great lessons to check out here) and this interview from irishdrummers.com:
Thanks again Conor and see you next time!