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dear god, the top one is the high-hats or any cymbal that u choose (the tabs may indicate) the middle is the snare, the bottom is the bass drum. then it's divided up into the measures.


really its just like regular drum music.
 

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high-hats, the 2 cymbals that are usually on the left, they can be operated by a peddal. U should hold the pedal down, briging the 2 "hats" together. By varying how hard u press down u can get a "sloppy" or clean sound. bass drum is the huge ass one on the floor, operated w/ a pedal.
 

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ok umm...usually on the side..it has them labeled, but I've found this to be more standard. The space where an F would be in treble clef is the bass drum. (bottom line, go up one space). The snare is where a C would be in treble clef. Then hi-hats or ride are usually marked as X's on the sport where an E would be in treble clef. Sorry I hate explaining the whole spaces...learn treble clef, heh.
 
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