#1
So, Hey.
I'm playing By The Sword intro,

so basicly, I need to pull off one of the tab, i dont really know how, i mean.
basicly, it's like this

|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Bb|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Gb|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Db|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Ab|-----------0--3--0--0-------------------------------------------------|
Eb|--3h--0-----------------3p--0---3-----------------------------------|

i dont really understand how to pull of it S: because i dont hold the string before i do it. so how do i do it?just sofly put my finger on the string and pull it softly down?a video would be nice S:
btw, i dont this tabs aren't accurate, we got it thuorgh hearing.
#2
just lift your finger off the string
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#4
Quote by Black Paranoia
just lift your finger off the string

That's not what you do at all.

TS pull offs are pretty much plucking the string with your fretting hand, so you have to kind of flick the string as you move from one note to the next, not simply lift your finger. Also I don't know what you mean by "not holding the string down before" - it's a pull off from G to E so play the G note at the third fret then pull off to the open E.
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#5
well lift your finger and pluck the string with it!
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#6
Quote by steven seagull
That's not what you do at all.

TS pull offs are pretty much plucking the string with your fretting hand, so you have to kind of flick the string as you move from one note to the next, not simply lift your finger. Also I don't know what you mean by "not holding the string down before" - it's a pull off from G to E so play the G note at the third fret then pull off to the open E.

thanks to you i manged how to do it :P I guess I'll learn how to Hammer on/Pull off better once i'll have an electric guitar
#7
They are easier to sound on an electric because once you've got some amplification it tends to be a little more sensitive. However, if you can get them sounding decent on your acoustic then you'll have no problems whatsoever doing them on an electric.
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