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Asked by sadan on 2000-07-10
i want to know what "hammer on" and "pull off" is. And what is "fingerpick"?
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Answer posted by chris on 2000-07-30
Believe me, I just figured this out a few months ago. An example of a hammer on would be if you put your finger on the 3rd fret, bottom E string, pick that, and then put your finger on the 5th fret while there is still sustain on the string. An example of a pull off would be playing the 3rd fret, bottom string and then just let go completely. Or you could play the 3rd fret and pull off any other fret on that string. Fingerpicking is exactly what it sounds like. You hit the string with your middle finger, but with the position like you were holding a pick, but there are different techniques.

Answer posted by amanda on 2001-06-20
i dont know myself!!!!!!!!!!sorry:(

Answer posted by bIG DadDy on 2001-09-20
FINGER PICK IS WHEN I TELL YOU TO PICK A FINGER AND YOU PICK THE MIDDLE ONE

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