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What's this technique called?

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Skold  
20 Jun 2008 15:34 | Quote
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B:-7
G:-9^


Play it with some distortion. Hear that? I'm trying to find out what technique causes that, and what it's called.

It sounds really cool for leads.
GuitarBoy666  
20 Jun 2008 15:42 | Quote
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I believe it's called a Unison Bend.
Like, when you tune your guitar going like

0
5

That's a unison I think. When two notes sound the same, so a Unison bend would be bending it so the G sounds like the B
Veqq  
20 Jun 2008 15:43 | Quote
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What is the arrow after the g note? If it's a bend...

Your bending into an octave, not sure if it has a real name, but it's used allot in blues... I do it more like



E: 12
B: 15^


but it can be used anywhere, just bend up to the octave.
BodomBeachTerror  
20 Jun 2008 15:45 | Quote
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i call it bendy thingy =D
Skold  
20 Jun 2008 15:46 | Quote
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Yeah, it's a bend.
Skold  
20 Jun 2008 15:50 | Quote
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Yeah, I just found it on youtube by searching for it.
ThePusher  
20 Jun 2008 17:05 | Quote
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I know that that was used in the intro to Run To The Hills and at the beginning of the second solo in Number of The Beast, my problem is the bends from Ace of Spades like how the fuck do you bend 2 strings on the same fret but have one bend go like an extra note more than the other
Skold  
20 Jun 2008 17:08 | Quote
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Become God?
BodomBeachTerror  
20 Jun 2008 17:11 | Quote
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when i bend 2 strings on the same fret i put my pointing finger on the lower string, and my middle finger on the higher... i rarely do that tho =p
EMB5490  
20 Jun 2008 17:16 | Quote
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k heres what it is,

first southern bands like skynyrd use this a lot, it gives a twang, but not too much of one with distortion, see gimme three steps. in tht they are odviously using some pentatonic on the 7th fret.

the 9 bend is the same as the 7 on the b, see one by metallica, just b4 the end of the solo. a lot of times u see bands do what skynyrd does

b--10
g--9b

this is using the pentatonic. bending the 9 is the 11, in the box shape. the 10 is also in the box. since the 9 also is 7 on the b, its part of the main pentatonic also, hope u can undertstnad this.
ThePusher  
20 Jun 2008 17:18 | Quote
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good call BBT but I use like 11 or 12 gauge strings so I think I'm gonna pick up some 9's for my least used guitar before I try that
GuitarBoy666  
20 Jun 2008 18:19 | Quote
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Lol bending three strings at once sounds cool xD
ThePusher  
20 Jun 2008 22:53 | Quote
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it's hardcore man don't try it
GuitarBoy666  
21 Jun 2008 08:40 | Quote
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I do it all the time, it's easy
ThePusher  
22 Jun 2008 17:26 | Quote
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3 at once damn man thats intense but not as intense as having a bat fly within a foot of your face
EMB5490  
22 Jun 2008 17:33 | Quote
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a baseball bat or a bat animal? my friend got hit in the cheek with a bat....twice. one time the biggest and strongest and best player on our teem with those weights on his bat was swinging and hit the kid, then again got hit b/c som 1 accidently chucked it at him, he had the bruise for a long long time
BodomBeachTerror  
22 Jun 2008 20:33 | Quote
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i am a bat >=)

lol im very tired =p
GuitarBoy666  
22 Jun 2008 21:12 | Quote
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Talk about random posts, aha.

Pusher it actually is not that hard, just use yer first three fingers. I lay them all across the three strings (flatly) and just push them. It is sorta hard to describe the position of the fingers. But yeah.
MuseFan  
21 Jan 2009 07:46 | Quote
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I always thought it was called a tension bend :S
BodomBeachTerror  
21 Jan 2009 09:16 | Quote
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wow this is from the golden age
Mici  
30 Oct 2009 13:17 | Quote
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Golden age my ass. :P
@GuitarBoy: You're bending strings on the same fret like that, right?
fender_bender  
30 Oct 2009 13:25 | Quote
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Someone must have used a defibrillator on this post to bring it back. I think he is talking about arranging your fingers like you are playing a 'standard' A chord, but somewhere else on the fretboard and bending three at once like that. Thats how I picture it anyway.
BodomBeachTerror  
30 Oct 2009 13:26 | Quote
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Skold, Guitarboy, The Pusher and Veqq arent even here anymore


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