#1
Ok im not sure on where to put this thread so i picked one of the most popular places lol.

So there are times in a tab where it is said to slide into/from no where... wth does this mean???? iv seen it tabbed like --------/7--------- all it does is confuse me and i did not see it in most of the lessons what it means!

please help
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#2
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So there are times in a tab where it is said to slide into/from no where...


You've got it right. Confusing, yes, but it just means a note is not picked before the slide.
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#3
You just slide into/from nowhere. That is, you start a good number of frets away, but don't fret the note. Then slide in and increase pressure on the string as you go so that by the time you get to the target note, it is fully fretted. In the case of sliding into nowhere you do the opposite: slide away from the note and release pressure on the string as you go so that when you are done, you are muting it.

I didn't get it at first either, but it's a great tool, especially for use at the end of a phrase/lick/solo, whatever.
#4
sounds like it will take some time to master that little tool.
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