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post Feb 17 2008, 10:38 PM
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Hi Muris I’m back again with my questions .There are some tapping in the Van Halen lessen if you can help mi with it . ------------------------------|
---------<>3---------------------| I understand that I have to tap one Octave higher the cords ,I don’t know if I have to hammer on each not with a left hand and than tap with the right hand one octave higher. Also on the G free cord have a dash marking and on the bottom of the marking is -6 .This is on the Guitar pro TAB. How do I play that? I have the pro tab fore the Country song what you play I really like that one. When you play 2 cord at the time and bend the cords ,the marking shows only one cord to bend or refers to both cords when the cords are plaid together? This are the things where I’m getting stocked on, otherwise I’m doing grate I have the speed do the songs. I do appreciate fore sharing your hard work with as. I was in Europe 3 times lest years I wish I can see you play with your bend some day when I go to Europe.
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post Feb 18 2008, 05:49 AM
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Hi Franks smile.gif

I can explain this harmonics easily I hope.
You don't have to hammer-on with your left hand,like to get the note from hammer.
Just lay your finger on the string and then do tap with your right hand.
Note is coming from right hand tap and not by using left hand to hammer-on. smile.gif

Now,I have some problems to understand this issue related to G cord.
You mean G Chord or G string?


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