FAQ

What is a rim click?

A rim click involves resting your backbeat hand on the snare batter head while striking the counterhoop with your sticks, which produces a woody clicking sound. Drummers very often turn the stick around while playing rim clicks, so that the butt end strikes the counterhoop, which produces a thicker tone. See side stick.

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