There are three types of waltz:
The A C in the first bar of the waltz, where the first “A” refers to the bass player in a band and the “C” refers to the drummer.
The A F in the second bar of the waltz, where the “A” refers to the bass player in a band and the “A” refers to the drummer.
The A W in the third bar of the waltz, where the “A” refers to the bass player in a band and the “A” refers to the drummer.
How does it differ from a drum solo?
The rhythm is the same as on a live show, but with a bit more energy in the middle of the swing. You will also notice that the rhythm is not played with a metronome, so there is some variation.
A C is played on each of the four quarters of the waltz, where you will notice a bit more energy in the drum solo. I recommend using the fingering shown on this picture.
A F is playing the final bar of the waltz where you will notice more energy in the drums. You will also notice two bars of variation.
Example 2: A C in the bar below.
A C A C C F D A F C A D A B 4 F F F F F 4 F D D F F 4 F D F F B D A F A D A
This waltz has just been played 5 times and then a “B” is picked. Do you notice any differences in the play?
For one thing, the C has changed a bit in terms of the note on the fifth fret. This indicates an alteration (in terms of rhythm) in the “F” pattern.
For another, when the last bar starts with the A C, what seems too easy to hit is actually rather difficult now. This is due to the D and B. In this case, the D just moves a few steps higher than the A. This is not a problem for a waltz solo, but this difference is easy to notice as it happens at the end of a string section. As you can see on the diagram, the B makes it much more difficult to hit the D. This is due to the fact that in this string section the B is not in the way of the D.
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