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Question

Asked by Blinky18226 on 2000-09-30
How do you play something that goes like this: D--3 A--X E--0
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Answer posted by Pete on 2000-10-08
The X in the tab means that you're supposed to muffle that string with your fretting hand. In the D--3 A--X E--0 example place th finger you choose in the third fret on the D string and then with another finger, very lightly rest it on the A string. When you strike the A string there should be no pitch just a muffled noise. Now hit all three strings and then you've played that.

Answer posted by simon byrne on 2002-04-06
play the third fret on the d string muffle the a string play open on the e string

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