#1
Umm, I was looking at the tab for the Seinfeld Theme (I've been playing around with pops a little recently, and thought this might be fun), and there's dots for something called "staccato's". What are those? Is it accenting or something?
#2
A staccato means that you play that note as short as possible. You hit it, then mute or however you want to stop the sound immediately afterward.
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#3
^ the above answer is correct
I'd like to add though that it also means "seperated"

As in space bewteen the notes
so the notes are "short" and "sperated"
that is Staccato

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#4
Quote by P-Bass Pirate
A staccato means that you play that note as short as possible. You hit it, then mute or however you want to stop the sound immediately afterward.

Oh. Okay, cool. Thanks.
#5
Quote by Zeelod
^ the above answer is correct
I'd like to add though that it also means "seperated"

As in space bewteen the notes
so the notes are "short" and "sperated"
that is Staccato

End thread/

Yeah, that makes sense with how this sounds too. Thanks.
#6
yeah they are right you just play the note and quickly kinda put your pick back on the string so the sound stops.
#7
Quote by herby190
Yeah, that makes sense with how this sounds too. Thanks.


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#8
I do them by muting with my left hand, the finger that fretted the note
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#10
Staccato - play the note short, around half value, and remember to separate.