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Asked by hussam on 2000-05-25
Hi I got A problem on Understanding hammering on and pull off, so would u explain them further(detailed with easy example if u can. thanking u hussam
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Answer posted by Chris on 2000-07-30
An example of a hammer on is when you place you finger on the bottom E string, 3rd fret. You play this string, and when the sound is still ringing, you place your finger on the 5th fret without picking it again. A pull off is where you play the 3rd fret and then you release.(3p0) Or you can play the 3rd fret and move to the 5th fret, but instead of playing it, you pluck it softly with your finger.(3p5)E-mail me for more help if needed.

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