Uploaded by Chris White on 17 November, 2014 at 9:16 am
A video to help you learn a versatile, funky rhythm for playing in four.
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Great, I’ve been drumming before and not played for a while, your tutorials
are very good, thanks
Very nice lesson video. I liked your teaching style. Plenty of time to
learn it and play along with you to get it down. Perfect! Thanks for
love your tutorials! keep up posting 🙂
Very nice! Just wondering if you have transposed this rhythm to paper? I
seem to be able to learn better when I can see the rhythm on paper….you
know, gun pa ta gun..gun go do pa…like that…
Hi Bruce, I am a Indian Living in London and recently started learning
Djembe recently as a part time hobby and now I am mad about it. I go to
classes every week from past few months. My mentor(Remi) is such a down to
earth guy & has got immense patience. After every session I look for videos
out and I am a loving your work very easy to learn, understandable and nice
rhythms. Why dont you play a African song while you play Djembe? It would
be really good to learn Djembe with song
Are you left handed?
Great videos,You make it alot easier to learn.Some of the other teaching
vids on here start off to fast
This is a great video with an awesome beat. Thank you for sharing this.
after sliding my right hand on djembe like you on video, I got it pure nice
tone ! After 5 days playing alone using video tutorials.. thats was hard…
heh that is funny slap is easier for me
I have notation for most of my rhythms on my drumming page, but not this
rhythm. I’ll see what I can do about that, Omarateastwind. Thanks for the
I am very, very impressed by your teaching methods.
I like what you are doing with these tutorials. I have a group that gets
together weekly. I am going to introduce some of your rhythms and add some
harmony parts. Thanks for posting your djembe tracks.
I’m willing to start playing Djembe, and saw your videos, and they’re my
only guide, and i’m doing just fine! so thanks for your good teaching!
HapieHipie, It appears that since he leads with his left hand that he would
Hi Arun. I do put rhythms to songs when there is a close association with a
particular song or tradition. This rhythm, however, is not very
traditional, just something I find myself using all the time when
accompanying popular music etc. Keep playing!
Thank you for your tutorials. Easy to follow.
I got my drum from David Thiaw, a Senegalese drummer in Calgary, Alberta.
He brings shells in and makes them himself – fine instruments!
where did you get your drum?