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EMB5490  
24 May 2008 21:01 | Quote
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i got the triling thing on 2 strings u no, justin sandercoe did a lesson called "begginer licks" on it, hardly beginner. i got it to a pretty good speed and can play fast stuff. im not too gr8 at changing the strings as i go down the scale, or as coordinating the hands to pick and the left to hit the note at the same time, but with gobs of distortion, u wouldnt be able to tell. i do have a major prob with bending a string, then hitting the next string, like this:



e---------10--------10-
b------10--------10----
g--12b-------12b-------
d--
a--
e--


its from mr crowley by ozzy, the first solo. i cant seem 2 do tht. i have tht prob with just bending the g, then hitting the equivalnat note on the b. i just cant seem to do it. its hard, and comes up a lot, highway to hell solo, rock u like a hurricane, u really got me, comes up a lot, and cant do it. any suggestions?
GuitarBoy666  
24 May 2008 21:12 | Quote
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Use yer 2nd and third finger for bending, then keep your first finger on the 2nd string, 10th fret, after bending the note, make sure yer finger is still on the fret, pluck it, then roll your finger onto the next string.

Shouldn't be that hard
EMB5490  
25 May 2008 07:40 | Quote
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idk y but its hard for me, on both hands...
GuitarBoy666  
25 May 2008 09:58 | Quote
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Well I remember you said you were playing for like, 3 or 4 months or something, so of course it is gonna be hard for you. It doesn't come over night.

But instead maybe try it this way:
Lay your 1st finger on the 1st & second strings, use your 2nd and 3rd to bend the G string. Just keep it in a comfortable position. It isn't that hard, just keep practicing. And I always tell everybody, do the 1-2-3-4 exercise. There is a lesson with finger workouts here:

http://www.all-guitar-chords.com/lesson.php?id=21

Some are hard though but keep practicing. It will help you with guitar a lot
EMB5490  
25 May 2008 10:02 | Quote
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its sounds mushed. im prob not doing it fast enough, should i mute a note after i hit it?
GuitarBoy666  
25 May 2008 11:17 | Quote
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Maybe cause you're not playing it right... I looked up the tab on Ultimate Guitar and it goes:


|----------10----------------10----------------10----------------10-------10--|
|--------10---13p10--------10---13p10--------10---13p10--------10---13p10-----|
|-12^(14)-----------12^(14)-----------12^(14)-----------12^(14)---------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|


Then you would wanna use your 3rd or 4th (I would use my 4th) finger to pull off from 13 to 10. That way if you use the 4th finger, you can still keep the same position throughout this part.
EMB5490  
25 May 2008 15:16 | Quote
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ye, thts ever harder lol.
GuitarBoy666  
25 May 2008 16:54 | Quote
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Oh. aha I find it easier to do method number two.
Just keep practicing dude, you'll get it eventually.
Remember,
Play it sloooooooow until you get the hang of it, then increase the speed as you get more comfortable, then when you get to normal speed keep playing and playing and playing it. It should come.

Also, notice how we're the only ones talking here. aha
EMB5490  
25 May 2008 17:09 | Quote
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woh, we are the only 2.


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