I'm working on the intro from Albert King's Crosscut Saw, and after some hours of practice i managed to play it. BUT there's one little thing i'm not sure what happens... its at 0.19 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNsLyQGSqIg of this video. It sounds as if he hits a note(9th fret Bstring), then slides to the 12th fret Bstring and then bends it. (while sliding!?!?)

The tab which i found on here: http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/a/albert_king/crosscut_saw_tab.htm (10th to 11th bar) doesnt really tell me what is going on. So maybe someone could help me out here
Last edited by whatsmyusername at May 24, 2011,
Albert Kign didn't slide much, since he rigged his guitar upside he does crazy 5+ note bends (pulling is easier than pushing)
He probably just bent it

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