Originally Posted by Mcot2
Ok, bonham has a LOT of fills.
But it doesnt matter how you transcribe them really.
There is a point where reading music becomes useless, and listening is the best way to learn something. I would say just listen to what he is doing, and try to get the dvd so you can see it.
Once you get the basic concept of using your foot in a linear mannor its not hard.
It really doesnt matter if it is a triplet or a sixteenth.
Of course it matters if its a 16th note or a triplet, because they are different notes and different patterns. Unless you don't care if you are playing it accurately or not.
And reading is invaluable. At what point does it become 'useless'?