#1
I know the B is bend and the R is release, but how do you pull it off. Am I suppose to bend the 4 and slide to 6 and release it back at 4. I've always had a problem with these and they tend to stop me from learning a song correctly.
#2
you bend the 4 up until it sounds like the 6th fret and then lower it down back to 4
#3
wow I thought about that, but I also thought surely it isnt that simple! Well anyway thanks for the help
#5
4 *bend* to 6 *release* to 4. Basically, what you want to do is do a bend in reverse, so instead of bending away from the normal fretted note return to that normal note from the bent note.
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