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Mike RR24
post Jul 20 2011, 02:38 PM
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Ben,

I've been utilizing http://www.songsterr.com to play some of my tabs and in bar 83 of symphony of destruction they are showing like a musical bar underneath the tab with a 3 under some notes twice. I thought a trill was 2 notes ? Is this called a triplett and if so how do I execute this ? This is the area I am struggling with.


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post Jul 20 2011, 02:55 PM
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Hi Mike, those bars indicate note groupings so a bar with a 3 written next to it indicates that the notes are to be treated as triplets, because they are grouped together in 3's. Note how the preceding notes of that lick are joined together in groups of 4. smile.gif

I personally wouldn't have written the tab like that because it sounds slightly different in my head.. but I wouldn't worry too much about it. I would personally treat that second group of triplets as 3 16th notes with the last note hanging with vibrato.

Ignoring the note groupings for a second, all that lick is is a quick hammer on/pull off type lick. The pull off from the 17th to the 14th, hammering on 17th, pulling off to 14th is the quickest bit of the lick whilst the concluding 3 notes I would treat as straight 16th notes.. 1-2-3 (vibrato on the 3rd note)

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post Jul 20 2011, 03:52 PM
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QUOTE (Ben Higgins @ Jul 20 2011, 01:55 PM) *
Hi Mike, those bars indicate note groupings so a bar with a 3 written next to it indicates that the notes are to be treated as triplets, because they are grouped together in 3's. Note how the preceding notes of that lick are joined together in groups of 4. smile.gif

I personally wouldn't have written the tab like that because it sounds slightly different in my head.. but I wouldn't worry too much about it. I would personally treat that second group of triplets as 3 16th notes with the last note hanging with vibrato.

Ignoring the note groupings for a second, all that lick is is a quick hammer on/pull off type lick. The pull off from the 17th to the 14th, hammering on 17th, pulling off to 14th is the quickest bit of the lick whilst the concluding 3 notes I would treat as straight 16th notes.. 1-2-3 (vibrato on the 3rd note)



Thanks so much Ben. I can't wait to get home from work to try it. smile.gif-

I appreciate it.


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