#1
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--/H\--------------/H\--------------/H\---------------5--4-2--4----|
A|--4----------------4----------------4-----------------3--2-0--2----|
E|--0-2-2-2-2-2-2-2--0-2-2-2-2-2-2-2--0-2-2-2-2-2-2-2----------------|
PM----------------------------------------------|

frm trapped under ice (metallica)
whattts the H!? because im playin it as i read it without the H.. is that just a display thing.. D:
#2
Hammer-on I guess (EDIT: on that tab, which displays misaligned, it's probably a hammer-on between the 0 and 2 on the E string).
Last edited by happysad at Jan 14, 2012,
#3
Quote by happysad
Hammer-on I guess (EDIT: on that tab, which displays misaligned, it's probably a hammer-on between the 0 and 2 on the E string).


^ Is right. It's a hammer on from the open E to the F#.

http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/m/metallica/trapped_under_ice_ver4_tab.htm
At the very bottom.

In the case you don't know what a hammer on is (Which it'd be slightly silly to be able to want to play Metallica and not yet know), it's where you hit the string and then quickly, but firmly, use a finger to press down and hit the fret, "Hammering" on it while it rings out.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arWAgD_59WE A decent lesson, at the very least.
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#4
Quote by ZeroYuy
^ Is right. It's a hammer on from the open E to the F#.

http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/m/metallica/trapped_under_ice_ver4_tab.htm
At the very bottom.

In the case you don't know what a hammer on is (Which it'd be slightly silly to be able to want to play Metallica and not yet know), it's where you hit the string and then quickly, but firmly, use a finger to press down and hit the fret, "Hammering" on it while it rings out.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arWAgD_59WE A decent lesson, at the very least.


thanks but i know what hammer on is but i was used to the notation in your link, where its inbetween the notes, and was even more confused cause people use capital H for harmonics wich i definitly dont hear n cause it sounds the same without hammerin it.
#6
Quote by happysad
No it does not...
guess i didn't notice the difference at that speed, i played it slower and it got a whole lot obvious