#2
Fast hammer-ons and pull offs that are repeated in a musical sequence. Try this:

e--12h-13p-12h-13p-12h-13p-12h-13p-12h-13p-12h-13p


#5
but i don't even hear a trill. i hear just a hammer on.
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#6
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but i don't even hear a trill. i hear just a hammer on.

Then listen closer. It's definitely trills in Love Me Two Times.

There's no set amount of hammer ons/pull offs to do in a trill, you just play it for the duration of the note.
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#8
i just googled: guitar trills.
3 tutorial videos came up, followed by 6 websites full of descriptions and instructions..
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