#1
In guitar pro the tapping doesn't make much sense.
An example...
T....T....T...T...T..T
15 17 15 17 15 17

And that's all it has, and I know that in the song you don't tap the frets without fretting a lower note.

Please help me understand this.
Quote by AlanHB
Yeah well in special UG land chords = noob, scales = intermediate and modes = advanced. Most users are trying to finish the game on hard because then you get the trophies for noob and intermediate difficulties upon completion anyway.
Last edited by Solid S/hit at Feb 18, 2009,
#2
tapping is usually reffered to picking notes with your picking hand's fingers(most commonly right hand).
in this example, it might be that you either do a trill without picking the 17 fret each time or its just the person who made the tab, he said it was tapping when he was meaning pull-off/hammer-on.
But you need to understand not to play music like in tabs, but to play like you hear it!
#3
i normally only put the tap on the highest note, and just assume the hopo style fretting on the rest
#4
Quote by szekelymihai
tapping is usually reffered to picking notes with your picking hand's fingers(most commonly right hand).
in this example, it might be that you either do a trill without picking the 17 fret each time or its just the person who made the tab, he said it was tapping when he was meaning pull-off/hammer-on.
But you need to understand not to play music like in tabs, but to play like you hear it!


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