In this free video drum lesson, sensei Jared Falk teaches you how to apply the heel-toe technique to your drumming through six very cool drum beat examples taken from the popular 14-hour long Bass Drum Secrets 2.0 training pack. We’ve included patterns for beginners, intermediate, and advanced drummers. Whether you’ve just began working on the heel-toe technique, or if you’ve been playing it for a while, there is something here for you to practice and take your bass drum technique to a whole new level.
Before going through this free drum lesson, it’s essential that you go back and watch the free drum lesson where Jared teaches you how to play the heel-toe technique. That lessons breaks down the heel-toe technique for you, showing you exactly how and what to practice to develop it. The most common myths associated with the heel-toe technique are debunked in that lesson as well, like foot size, type of footwear and bass drum pedal.
These drum beats can actually be used to develop the slide technique as well. The slide technique, much like the heel-toe technique is used to play quick double strokes with the feet. We have a free drum lesson on DrumLessons.com that teaches you how to play the slide technique. If you’re curious about it you should definitely check it out. If you’d like to learn how to apply the heel-toe technique to your drum fills watch the free drum lesson “Heel-Toe Technique Fills” next.
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how to do double peddel heel toe
Thanks Jared this helps a hole lot!
Awesome lessons Jared, my drum teacher recommend this page and I want to say that is AMAZING
Helpful information. Fortunate me I discovered your website unintentionally, and I’m shocked why this twist of fate did not took place earlier! I bookmarked it.
Any tips on how to adjust your pedal for optimizing the heel-toe method? Your pedal looks to almost bottom out whereas there’s some significant distance between the foot plate and the pedal board on my pedal.
I am a female drummer. Other gal drummers put your sticks up and represent. I would love to see another female drummer teach a lesson too! But Jared, you are rad!
I still have some problems trying to do this.
Sometimes I can do the heel toe but sometimes I don’t.
Is the problem with my strenght? Or my pedal?
Thank you .no one had explained the “process” of that technique so well. I hear Bonham!
Another good job Jared!
For the exercise #5 i think it’s easier with a paradiddle patern (for the hand) ?
I can do the heel to toe,but the triple will just not come to me…..
I’m having a hard time in applying Heel-toe technique. slide technique is easy to learn and easy to use but you get easily tired using it. Heel-toe technique is not that tiring but its hard to learn. I want to learn both.
beautiful! I actually do not practice the heal-toe technique, but after this, don’t I’ll give it a chance. Perfect explanition!
Cool vid jerr. Whats the difference from a groove and a beat? nothing? lol
Those lessons are very very helpfull
Merci, Tank You, Gracias, Danka….
Jared !! it would be great if you give us some tips to develop heel-toe with double pedal, both legs
Totaly agree with out!
I am with them!!
Agree With them!!!