#1
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Do I apply vibrato to the last part of the tab twice?

What's a return in guitar terms?

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#2
You don't do vibrato twice, that's just to vaguely indicate the length of the note relative to the rest of the tab.

"Return" means return the bent string to the original pitch; un-bend as it were.
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#3
Quote by Zaphod_Beeblebr
You don't do vibrato twice, that's just to vaguely indicate the length of the note relative to the rest of the tab.

"Return" means return the bent string to the original pitch; un-bend as it were.

I understand. I should have said a slightly longer vibrato.

Thanks.
#4
I call it "releasing" the bend.

Typically when a note rings out you use add more vibrato as it rings out longer. Done right, it improves sustain, and just sounds like a well-struck note all around. Listen to a violinist or cellist for a good example what vibrato should sound like on a stringed instrument.