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Also characteristic funk drum pattern but with ride cymbal.[1]

The "basic [rock] beat" may be notated using half notes on the bass drum and a quarter note ride cymbal pattern while "four to the floor"[2] features steady quarter notes on the bass drum.[2].

The first of the examples of, "commonly used rock beats", given features, "an eighth-note ride pattern," as the pattern notated above but riding the hi-hat.[3]

"Basic" beats include four to the floor with quarter note hi-hat ride, described as appropriate for "hard rock", with eighth-note ride pattern appropriate for a "pop song", with swung eighths on the backbeat of the ride pattern for a "jazz feel", and second notated pattern above, descried as "basic 4/4 'beat'...[with] a sixteenth-note feel," with hi-hat ride.[4]

Groove #1: "bass drum on beats 1 and 3 and snare drum on beats 2 and 4 of the measure...add eighth notes on the hi-hat".[5]

"Straight blues/Rock groove" "Blues may also be played with a straight feel....The tempo of straight Blues grooves covers a large range of quarter note = 80-160 bpm."[6]

  1. Bolton, Ross (2001). Funk Guitar: The Essential Guide, p.5. ISBN 0634011685.
  2. a b Schroedl, Scott (2001). Play Drums Today!, p.15. Hal Leonard. ISBN 0-634-02185-0.
  3. Morton, James (1990). You Can Teach Yourself Drums, p.32. Mel Bay. ISBN 1-56222-033-0.
  4. Mattingly, Rick (2006). All About Drums, p.42. Hal Leonard. ISBN 1-4234-0818-7.
  5. Peckman, Jonathan (2007). Picture Yourself Drumming, p.50. ISBN 1598633309.
  6. Berry, Mick and Gianni, Jason (2003). The Drummer's Bible, p.36. ISBN 1884365329.
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