#1
I was just wondering when it says a chord in a song do you just hit it once or do you keep hitting it until the next chord comes? Thanks
#2
depends on the stumming pattern - could be either depending on the song

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#3
you mean like in tabs on ug? if so then you play them until the next chord comes
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#4
cant you listen to the song, and hear how many times/that pattern of which the chord is being played?
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#6
And also for the parts like 10b12
10b12
When I play it it sounds really bad. Do I do a bar chord on it and then bend or put 2 seperate fingers on it and bend? Both ways I tried it sounds bad.
Thanks.
#7
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And also for the parts like 10b12
10b12
When I play it it sounds really bad. Do I do a bar chord on it and then bend or put 2 seperate fingers on it and bend? Both ways I tried it sounds bad.
Thanks.

I looked up the tab in question, and I'm assuming you mean a two string bend. It'll be easier with two separate fingers. The strings will slip out from under your finger if you try to use one. If it doesn't sound good, just practice, eventually it will.
#8
first listen to the strumming pattern, and thatll tell how many times you hit it...also make sure you dont just hit the chords in relation to the words cause a lot of times theyre not lined up right...listen to the song
as for the bend if its a two string bend, use two fingers....a half bend u can use one finger
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strum the chord until the next one comes up, not too much though, strum it as many times as you hear alex strum it on the record.

for most songs, thats what you do. It depends on the song though, in songs that you only hear that chord once, then only play the chord once.
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