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crabman
post Apr 13 2007, 05:34 AM
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Forgive me if this has already been addressed. Pavel's two most recent lessons have been my first time trying to pull off trills. And from what I gather they are just a quick hammer on and pull off. Is my understanding correct? If so is a trill always just one hammer on and pull off or could there be a series of them?

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post Apr 13 2007, 06:23 AM
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gday mate,

yeah trills are just a quick sucession of hammerons and pulloffs, u only strike the first note and do like a legato style where u don't pick the notes just hammer em and pull em for the rest of the duration of the trill which can be as long as u want to make it , depending on yur gain levels of yur amp i suppose.

*5h7p5h7p5 or *5h7p5h7p5h7p5h7p5h7p5h7p5
( note the astrix is the note to hit intially to get the trill goin )


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post Apr 13 2007, 06:32 AM
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QUOTE (slash85 @ Apr 12 2007, 10:23 PM) *
gday mate,

yeah trills are just a quick sucession of hammerons and pulloffs, u only strike the first note and do like a legato style where u don't pick the notes just hammer em and pull em for the rest of the duration of the trill which can be as long as u want to make it , depending on yur gain levels of yur amp i suppose.

*5h7p5h7p5 or *5h7p5h7p5h7p5h7p5h7p5h7p5
( note the astrix is the note to hit intially to get the trill goin )





Great stuff. Thanks Slash.
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