Originally Posted by PearlDrummer014
not necissarly the most skilled drummer when it came to rudiments but it was all about the feel of listenin to his music.
Even even though he may not have been good at rudiments, what does it really matter? Look past the technical mumbo-jumbo and look to see how natural and raw his playing was. Even Bonham said himself that it doesn't matter whether you can pull off a triple parradiddle during a show or not because no ones going to know but you.
And in the wise words of Jon Theodore of The Mars Volta, "There's no reason to study a rudiment unles
s you have a concept on how it can be applied to your life."