#1
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,
#2
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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