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Is this kit good enough if my goal is to develop rhythm?

This kit is certainly good enough for you to develop rhythm skills. If portability and space saving is a big issue for you this practice pad set is a good way to go. However, for about what this ...
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Is this kit good enough if my goal is to develop rhythm?

I don't see this as 'recommend me a particular piece of kit' - so, the pads in question are all rather small, making learning to play drums quite tricky. For the same sort of money, you could find a ...
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How can I play 16th-note hi-hats at 150 bpm?

I'm a relative intermediate so I'll give an example from one of the best drummers I know, Takashi Sasaki of Casiopea. タイム・リミット (Time Limit) is one of their more popular songs and it starts with a 4/4 ...
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How can I play 16th-note hi-hats at 150 bpm?

tl;dr summary: I am not convinced that 4th 16th note on the backbeat is actually in the original song, but even if it is, those drums are programmed and not (meant to be) played by a human, and at any ...
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How can I play 16th-note hi-hats at 150 bpm?

I agree with @Tim, the standard way a drummer would handle this is alternate sticking and leaving out the high hat on 2 and 4. However if you really want to have that simultaneous hat and snare it’s ...
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How can I play 16th-note hi-hats at 150 bpm?

This seems to me like a typical 'disco' beat. There's absolutely no need to play snare and hi-hat together on beats 2 and 4, so alternate hands, leaving the actual beats 2 and 4 themselves to be ...
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