10 Note Scratch/Combo w/ TTM



I don’t have a name for this one yet, it is something I ran into while putting together some scratches and ideas. I created a nice TTM to make this easy to follow.


This scratch represents 10 notes.

It is easiest to learn when breaking into parts (since it is a lengthy scratch). Drill part 1 then continue part two. Put them together when you have them super clean.


Remember start off SLOW!


Executing it right is the way to learn it and by starting off too quickly will lead to sloppy execution. Sloppy execution leads to horrible techniques.  Start Slow, slow. slow, build up speed as you go. You’ll get the speed down as it becomes more muscle memory! (Not to say some people can’t learn this quickly)



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