#1
Hey UG!
In the past I've been able to pull off some legato just naturally I guess but it was sloppy. Lately I've been Using a 'nome and doing a few exercises I pulled from the lesson section of UG and its helped a lot.

Anyways my question is did your hammer-ons develop faster than your pull offs? Seems like mine are. Is that normal?
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#2
That's what happened with me. I've been playing for a while, and I'm still working on pulloffs. So I feel ya, bro.




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#3
it depends on the person different people develop different techniques faster than others

however it`s just probably that you find it easier `cos you vibrate the string more with a pull off thus making them sound out better.
#5
Cool, feelin a better about that lol thnx guys.
"You can drink an ugly chick hot, but you can’t drink a fat chick skinny."

Fender: HSS Stratocaster

Modulus: 1991 Q5

Peavey:158BASS
Marshall: MG30FDX
Acoustic: B200
#6
My hammer-ons developed faster than my pull-offs but I worked to get them at the same strength which is what you want.