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last man to bat

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Ok, I don't have any way to write this on a staff so I will explain:

All 16ths,
capitals = right hand,
lower case = left hand
underline = accents
T = high tom
S = snare
H = hi-hat

TsSs HsTs SsHs TsSs

This is a simple but really effective fill that I teach.

Basically left hand stays playing snare while right hand moves between tom, snare and hat, so that the first beat of the next bar has the right hand landing on the hats ready to carry on with the groove. Keep the left hand ghosting as quietly as possible until it plays the accents
 
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