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Types Of Drumstick Grips

Traditional Grip Technique Explained!

In this technique lesson, I break down traditional grip in-depth and give you some variations and exercises to help develop more

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The traditional drumming grip technique is a hybrid grip, as it involves two separate grips at once. The right hand adopts an over grip style and the left hand

With the palms turned perpendicular to the drumhead and the thumbs placed on top of the stick, the French, or timpani grip, brings the elbows in closer to the

In percussion, grip refers to the manner in which the player holds the percussion mallet or mallets, whether drum sticks or other mallets.

Broadly speaking, there are two main types of grip: match and traditional. Put simply, match grip is where the left and the right hand hold the sticks the same

Types of Drum Stick Grips · 1. German grip · 2. French grip · 3. American grip · 4. Traditional drum stick grip.

Traditional grip (also known as orthodox grip or conventional grip , fundamental grip and, to a lesser extent, the jazz grip) is a technique used to hold drum

Types of Drum Stick Grips — 1. German grip · 2. French grip · 3. American grip · 4. Traditional drum stick grip.

Hopefully this breakdown of the major mechanical variations in drum stick grip will come in handy (pardon the pun) for beginners and experienced players