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anders3604
post Sep 12 2009, 10:32 AM
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Hello!

I´m working with several of your lessons and right now I´m trying to nail you solo beginner lesson. Btw this lesson have really opened my eyes that a solo doesn´t need to be complicated. This is one of my favorite solos ever biggrin.gif


Now to my question. In the fourth part of the song.
The second bar in this tab.

When I bend the 17th fret, do I relase it and pick the 15th or is it like a pull of here?



--------------------------------------------|----------------19-19p-15---17pb--15-|
--15-17~-------------17----19----20----|--19b~-----------------------------------|
------------------16----16-----16----16-|-------------------------------------------|
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--14~-------------12b----|--10~-----------8--7-----|
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Thank you for your lessons.

Anders
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post Sep 13 2009, 07:38 AM
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Hia! smile.gif And thanks alot for the nice words smile.gif

Usually I do a pulloff to the 15th fret after the bend-release, but i have a bad habit of usually changing the way i play things.
Sometimes i pick the 15th fret and then slide down to the 14th afterwards.

So i guess that little section is open for ideas/modifications. My advice is to play it the way that comes naturally to you, and what you feel most comfortable with.
If it sounds good and clean, then your doing it right nomatter what approach you decide on smile.gif


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post Sep 14 2009, 02:22 PM
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QUOTE (Trond Vold @ Sep 13 2009, 08:38 AM) *
Hia! smile.gif And thanks alot for the nice words smile.gif

Usually I do a pulloff to the 15th fret after the bend-release, but i have a bad habit of usually changing the way i play things.
Sometimes i pick the 15th fret and then slide down to the 14th afterwards.

So i guess that little section is open for ideas/modifications. My advice is to play it the way that comes naturally to you, and what you feel most comfortable with.
If it sounds good and clean, then your doing it right nomatter what approach you decide on smile.gif


Thank you very much!
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