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TheAmericanBrit  
14 Oct 2008 04:26 | Quote
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If I was playing a unison bend, and I wanted the pick each note in a way that it would sound like I was playing them one after another REALLY fast, how would I do that?
JazzMaverick  
14 Oct 2008 09:51 | Quote
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Just pick really fast. You can't just rush into something and expect to play insanely fast, it takes time and you actually need to be able to play it properly before you do it.
TheAmericanBrit  
14 Oct 2008 10:03 | Quote
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I don't really expect to play insanely fast (not that it's too hard). I'm just wondering what the technique is called.
macandkanga  
14 Oct 2008 14:48 | Quote
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The easiest and most common way of doing this is fretting a note with your index finger on the 2nd string and using your ring finger 2 frets up on the 3rd and bending until the note is in sync.

http://www.expertvillage.com/video/82641_guitar-tab-unison-bend.htm
Nightmare  
14 Oct 2008 14:54 | Quote
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can u post the tab?
Veqq  
14 Oct 2008 14:59 | Quote
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You could also bend up one note, and play it a few times with stacato.
BodomBeachTerror  
14 Oct 2008 15:15 | Quote
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i would do inside alternate picking
JazzMaverick  
14 Oct 2008 15:45 | Quote
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Unison means the same note. So something like this...



He's wrong about the octave part, because it's the same note, not the octave.
BodomBeachTerror  
14 Oct 2008 15:47 | Quote
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yea i figured it out.. thats actually the same video i watched lol
Nightmare  
14 Oct 2008 16:16 | Quote
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ah okay, it isn't that hard. It all becomes easier if you just practice. You can use your middle finger with your ring finger becomes easier with the full step, I try to bend with one finger though.
JazzMaverick  
14 Oct 2008 16:34 | Quote
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Don't you use your little finger? (pinky)
Nightmare  
14 Oct 2008 16:54 | Quote
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Depends. I do use my little finger, but I hate using all my fingers to bend. I think it's unfair to do that LOL
league  
14 Oct 2008 17:24 | Quote
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Ok I understand now. I dont like the way it sounds though. I used it way too much.
TheAmericanBrit  
14 Oct 2008 18:02 | Quote
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Yeah, I know what unison means.

Personally, I bend with my ring finger.
BodomBeachTerror  
14 Oct 2008 20:37 | Quote
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i bend with my 2 middle fingers
TheAmericanBrit  
14 Oct 2008 21:30 | Quote
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@BODOM

What? Dude, are you deformed?
BodomBeachTerror  
14 Oct 2008 21:34 | Quote
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wut do u mean? lol
TheAmericanBrit  
14 Oct 2008 21:36 | Quote
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You said you have two middle fingers.
BodomBeachTerror  
14 Oct 2008 22:00 | Quote
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i mean my middle and ring fingers, aka the ones in the middle
EMB5490  
14 Oct 2008 22:11 | Quote
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woot! a new mod! nice job jazzy! only like 2 months and already a mod. *sniffles* they grow up....so fast lol.
TheAmericanBrit  
14 Oct 2008 22:24 | Quote
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lol, you only have one middle finger.
BodomBeachTerror  
14 Oct 2008 22:30 | Quote
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but theres 2 in the middle lol.. nvm =p
TheAmericanBrit  
14 Oct 2008 23:04 | Quote
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lol
JazzMaverick  
15 Oct 2008 06:21 | Quote
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haha Thanks EMB. Yeah that made me laugh, I haven't even been here long! :D

Yeah BBT, there are two middle fingers, but there's only one of those fingers that's referred to as the middle finger, the other is known as the ring finger. That's why he got confused.
BodomBeachTerror  
15 Oct 2008 10:36 | Quote
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yea i know lol. but writing "two middle fingers" is easier than writing the "middle and ring fingers" w/e is easier lol
vincejonesiii  
15 Oct 2008 11:17 | Quote
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do the riff slow pick every note slowly then do it again alittle bit faster ten repaeat until your as fast as you want to be
Notim  
15 Oct 2008 14:03 | Quote
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Your index finger is the pivot,which puts your thunb low on the neck,which let your pinky and ring finger float for speed and you can get the same effect with just the ring finger and the index finger if you do it right.Which leaves the pinky open and you can do more.
Notim  
15 Oct 2008 14:11 | Quote
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And two middle fingers? wtf? I understand that.....lol


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