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kellenman  
24 Sep 2008 15:35 | Quote
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whats a ghost note?
EMB5490  
24 Sep 2008 15:42 | Quote
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a missed note, a "X"
CTown  
24 Sep 2008 16:30 | Quote
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a ghost note is also called an optional note. Its often tabbed like this:
3
5
(5) --Ghost

A ghost/optional note is a note you dont have to play if you dont want to and it wont make the song sound any worse. And if you want to play it you can.

EMB5490  
24 Sep 2008 17:53 | Quote
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o ye, ther a couple ways, also a ghoast bend, is bending up while u mute.
Nightmare  
24 Sep 2008 20:04 | Quote
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so its either X or (7) or what?
Nightmare  
24 Sep 2008 20:05 | Quote
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isnt the X a "dead note"
telecrater  
24 Sep 2008 20:27 | Quote
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It's a note that does not get played but is sounded (such as it's feeded back)
Nightmare  
24 Sep 2008 21:59 | Quote
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u barely touch the string with u finger to do that right??
kellenman  
25 Sep 2008 15:33 | Quote
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ive played ghost notes for years, but never knew what they were. i got guitar pro a couple days ago and when it hits a ghost note its a little quieter, so i was just wondering why. correct me if im wrong, a dead note is plucking a string without letting it ring, and is very different than a ghost note.
Nightmare  
25 Sep 2008 16:17 | Quote
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I agree with u kellenman


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