#1
Okay I'm not entirety sure but a ^ is just a rhythmic notation for a down stroke right? Here's what I'm talking about. The part with the octaves at the end and then the ^ at the end just indicates that you play a down stroke?

E|-------------------------|-------------------------------------|
B|-3333333-----------------|-------------------------------------|
G|-444444477777772222------|4444444777777-12121212121212121212^\-|
D|-44444447777777222255555-|4444444777777--x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x---|
A|-22222225555555000055555-|2222222555555-10101010101010101010^\-|
E|-------------------33333-|-----------------------------------
Last edited by shoottheofficer at Dec 15, 2009,
#2
A ^ usually means a bend, but I guess the tabber here is using it as you say.
E|-------------------------|-------------------------------------|
B|-3333333-----------------|-------------------------------------|
G|-444444477777772222------|4444444777777-12121212121212121212^\-|
D|-44444447777777222255555-|4444444777777--x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x---|
A|-22222225555555000055555-|2222222555555-10101010101010101010^\-|
E|-------------------33333-|-----------------------------------
#6
there was no key about what each symbol meant?
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#7
Nah, the tabber didn't include a key, he shouldn't assume someone knows what the hell he has tabbed out just because he does.
#10
It means a bend, listen to the song, whatever it may be, and you'll prolly hear the bend at the end of that verse. So whats being played is a chord that is being bent then sweeping the neck, like a slide, which is a technique to help with restarting the riff over again.

Some people use B, most use ^.