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les_paul  
4 Mar 2008 22:24 | Quote
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I have been running into some things on tab and I don't know what they mean.

----/12----------- I'm not sure what these / are for.

-----(12)--------- there is also this () can someone explain this.
Nutter166  
5 Mar 2008 01:44 | Quote
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-/#- is a pick-slide down from the neck to the fret.
-(#)- is a ghost note, which is played quieter.

That's what I'm lead to believe anyway, I could do with some help with pick-sliding in any case, I can't get it sounding right -.-
blackholesun  
5 Mar 2008 03:06 | Quote
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The first is a slide up into the 12th fret. / means slide up, means slide down. If there is no fret written before the slide (/12) then you can slide from anywhere below the note. If there is a slide after a note with no fret after it (12) then you can slide out to any fret below the 12th fret.

The 2nd could be a harmonic, although they are normally written as .
deefa  
5 Mar 2008 03:53 | Quote
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This might help:-

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/lessons/for_beginners
/tablatures_definitions.html
EMB5490  
5 Mar 2008 14:11 | Quote
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/ is slide up \ is slide down (12) would be a ghost note like when ur bending a note it will somtimes say this 10b (12) just means ur bending to the 12th fret.
blackholesun  
5 Mar 2008 14:47 | Quote
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blackholesun says:
The 2nd could be a harmonic, although they are normally written as .


I tried to write < 12> but without the space.


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