Preparing for the Doublé | Isolating hands
Preparing for the Doublé
When developing the Doublé (or Inverted Flam Tap), the major challenge will be maintaining proper sticking and not falling back into “normal” Flam Taps. Understanding the mechanics and structures of your hands in detail by figuring out what patterns are really being played when isolating parts is an important learning aid. Keep in mind that we sort of disregard the distancing of the strokes on the flam to some degree, and that the Flam is only played once in the 1st ending on “1” – not in the second bar of the first ending.