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A Flam with a double stroke (diddle) on the accented note. It is very similar to a Flam Tap but is usually played at double the speed of the surrounding notes. Though usually played in the form of a Flam Accent, any "diddled" Flams are usually considered as Cheese.
When played with the Flam Accent sticking pattern, it is also known as a "Cheeselet", "Cheese Accent", "Cherta" and "Cheese Flam Accent".
Sticking: lRR-L-R-rLL-R-L or lRR-L-R-L-lRR-L-R-L
Difficulty Level: Advanced
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