Re: A problem

Discussion in 'rec.music.percussion' started by Chris Whealy, Aug 29, 2003.

  1. Chris Whealy

    Chris Whealy Guest

    > Who can tell me what "stick shot" is??
    >


    Possibly I think you mean "rim shot".

    A rim shot is where you hit the drum skin and rim both at the same time.

    Chris

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  2. TJ Hertz

    TJ Hertz Guest

    Chris Whealy wrote:
    >> Who can tell me what "stick shot" is??
    >>

    >
    > Possibly I think you mean "rim shot".
    >
    > A rim shot is where you hit the drum skin and rim both at the same
    > time.
    >
    > Chris


    A cross-stick is when you lay the (usually tip-) end of the drumstick on the
    head and hit the rim with the shaft of the stick.

    Maybe a stickshot is laying the stick across the head and rim, and hitting
    it with the other stick?

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  3. Stick shot: Lay the tip of one stick on the head, holding the stick at an
    angle of anywhere from 15 to 45 degrees and hit that stick with the other
    stick.

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    "TJ Hertz" <tjhertz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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    > Chris Whealy wrote:
    > >> Who can tell me what "stick shot" is??
    > >>

    > >
    > > Possibly I think you mean "rim shot".
    > >
    > > A rim shot is where you hit the drum skin and rim both at the same
    > > time.
    > >
    > > Chris

    >
    > A cross-stick is when you lay the (usually tip-) end of the drumstick on

    the
    > head and hit the rim with the shaft of the stick.
    >
    > Maybe a stickshot is laying the stick across the head and rim, and hitting
    > it with the other stick?
    >
    > --
    > TJ Hertz
    > http://www.whatyourenot.com
    >
    >
  4. LRDRUMDUDE

    LRDRUMDUDE Guest

    A stick shot is a type of rim shot. One stick is held with it's tip on the
    head, but NOT touching the rim. That stick is then struck with the other stick.
    Buddy Rich used this alot.
    lrdrumdude
  5. JWald

    JWald Guest

    This is one of the first things I learned as a kid taking lessons. The fill
    was rl r(stickshot)r(crash).

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    jwald

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    "LRDRUMDUDE" <lrdrumdude@aol.com> wrote in message
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    > A stick shot is a type of rim shot. One stick is held with it's tip on the
    > head, but NOT touching the rim. That stick is then struck with the other

    stick.
    > Buddy Rich used this alot.
    > lrdrumdude

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