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Just to add to this, I actually ordered this amp back in August and it was due to be delivered in November but I've now been informed it will be...
Watched a ton of these last year. Very soothing. You wouldn't think he'd been a sergeant in the military
PIK - Prestwick
The only part of UK soil that Elvis visited :D
Ultimately in this case two of the answers given have provided valid reasons for doing it, either to stay within that position of the fretboard or...
It never ceases to amaze me how often adults when learning anything fail to ask 'why?'. Deeper understanding of any subject comes from knowing the...
Is it possible to delete the internet? I'm thinking of doing it :D
Believe it or not, that's where I originally learnt to bend notes. It's a great site.
Is every thread like this on here? I'm starting to question my sanity :confused::)
Post 38 has the tab and post 26 explains the text that goes with it.
Sorry but as my previous posts explain, there is no bend down from it. That's why I'm questioning it.
Are you trolling?
You've never heard of muting a bent note? Seriously?
Also, it's not a 'supposed' lick, it's a lick. And yes I have a recording...
From the OP onwards I've explained a few times it isn't a pre-bend and release. It's pre-bent and picked and that is it. You don't hear any...
It's not implied. I've only said it was pre bent and picked. The lick quickly moves on to the next note, there is no long pause.
Op doesn't mention that.
I'm just going to play it two frets further up without a pre-bend but being an instructional book I always like to know the 'why' just in case...
The accompanying performance notes specifically mention playing it as a pre-bend.
It's by Keith Wyatt and it's Hal Leonard publishing
Glad to hear this as I have a Falcon Grande on order and the attenuator was a big factor in me buying it.
Think we're up to about 7 now. I know folk are trying to help but maybe I should just have put the entire OP in the thread title instead :D
From the book I mentioned in my original post :)
This is the entire lick (actually I've realised I've been saying riff when I mean lick :))
All the riffs are just played over an A7 chord.
Ive covered this already in an earlier post. There is no release on it
When reading any instructional book I always like to know the reason for things, especially when something isn't obvious or clear, in case there...