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How to play All you ever wanted drums by Rag'n' bones man easy version?

This is a simplified arrangement of the drums from “All you ever wanted”. This lesson is aimed at beginners and offers you a simple rhythm to quickly follow the song.

First, in the original version, the hi-hat and bass tom are played on the eighth note by the right hand at 168 bpm. It's quite quick especially when you have to hold it for 3 minutes. In this version, the hi-hat and bass tom are played on the quarter note to allow you to keep up the pace and stay regular. With a little practice you will get there quickly.

Second, some breaks from the original version have been retained. For the most part, these are essentially fairly simple eighth-note breaks played with single stroke. Others, a little more difficult, have been simplified.

Finally, you will find some crash placements on the 1st or 2nd beat to conserve battery energy.

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How to play Rag'n' bones man's All you ever wanted drums more simply?

In this version of “All you ever wanted” the drum arrangement has been simplified in order to relieve your right hand. Indeed, the song is played at 168 bpm and you will need a lot of practice to be able to play the eighth notes of your bass Tom and your hi-hat with one hand.

Thus, the parts played on your bass Tom are played in this quarter note version. Only two eighth notes were kept on the 3rd beat and the “and” of the 3rd beat to preserve as much of the energy of the original arrangement as possible.

For the parts played on your hi-hat, I suggest you play them curled, which will allow you to save your stamina and get to the end of the piece. I refer you to the course on “Charleston single stroke” which will help you play these parts correctly.

Finally, the breaks are played curly on your snare drum, so nothing too complicated.

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How to play All you ever wanted drums by Rag'n' bones man?

All you ever wanted drums: Simple rhythm

To begin with, the original drum arrangement of “All you ever wanted” is very simple. Indeed, the main pattern of the song corresponds to your first binary rhythm.

All you ever wanted drums: High tempo and technique

However, the tempo of the song is quite sustained (168bpm) and the eighth notes played by your right or left hand (if you are left-handed) are fast. If you don't have good enough technique, the risk is to gradually lose speed because you will tire quickly. Two techniques are possible to avoid getting tired; The Moeller” or “finger control”. When we listen to the original arrangement we realize that the hi-hat and bass Tom are not very accentuated. I would therefore opt more for the “finger control” technique.

All you ever wanted drums: Relaxation and speed

Whatever technique you use, stay close to your Tom skin or your hi-hat and use your arms and forearms as little as possible. The goal is to avoid tension in the arms and shoulders. This way, you will gain speed and the piece will seem much easier to hold along the length.