A term in drumspeak used to denote three notes of equal duration grouped together, as either a tripolet or a sixlet. While digida is commonly considered the "official" term, many variaties exist which are easier to say, such as spigida-bigida as a sixlet used in place of digida-digida. Depending on the context, the individual notes may be faster or shorter than the two notes in diga.

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