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Asked by Ray on 2001-01-14
How to read this: 1). "8brbr----r8b" in tab. 2). "12h13p12" 3). "(20)"
Answers
Answer posted by Unknown on 2005-07-21
1. b and r stand for bending the strings up and releasing them so it would basically sound like you hit a wammy bar. 2. the h means a hammer where you fret the 12 pluck and then fret 13 without plucking then release your finger to 12 without plucking. 3. the parenthesis mean that the note is to be almost silent and is to be fretted at 20

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