seven stroke roll



[Eng.]


A standard drum rudiment in the category of roll rudiments and the sub-category of double stroke open roll rudiments that creates a sustained sound on a percussion instrument by rapidly alternating two strokes from each stick. The sticking pattern (shown below) is the accepted method of producing a seven stroke roll and consists of two strokes from each hand followed by two additional strokes from the alternate hand and finished with an accented stroke (i.e. RRLL-RR-L) for a total of seven strokes.

 
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