So-called because it consists of three and a half "paras" (RL RL RL R), plus a diddle (LL), and I... never mind. I was hitting the practice pad along with an Illinois Jacquet/Wild Bill Davis recording (Blues for New Orleans, a very slow blues), and worked out this little pattern:
This can be very useful if you're working on your Jack Dejohnette "fast within slow" thing, or as just triplet solo vocabulary in 3/4 (convert the rhythm to 8th note triplets, in that case). This pattern does not change hands like a regular triple paradiddle, so practice these leading with the left as well. Once you have them together as single measures, combine measures as I've outlined previously.
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