#1
On the second part down there's both "s" and "/"...what the hell lol don't they both mean slide? That's not confusing at all..

cant you see tab

and this website wont let me add a link to it LOL cooooool. w/e you get the point. the song is "cant you see" by the marshall tucker band
Last edited by Jvellaaa94 at Jul 16, 2013,
#2
Is there a legend stating what they mean?

If not, there is no difference. Or the tab author is a lazy son of a bitch.

You can always listen to the song to hear what they're doing, too.
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#3
I don't know of any difference, either. In my experiences they have always meant slide and only one or the other was used.
#4
Quote by Jvellaaa94
On the second part down there's both "s" and "/"...what the hell lol don't they both mean slide? That's not confusing at all..

cant you see tab

and this website wont let me add a link to it LOL cooooool. w/e you get the point. the song is "cant you see" by the marshall tucker band

You need so many posts before you can add links. We get a lot of spam from adbots.
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You need so many posts before you can add links. We get a lot of spam from adbots.

Although somewhat odd that the link was blocked in the OP, but was still active when you included the quote of it.

Never noticed that before.
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