#2
a full bend is when you bend the string to where the sound goes up a full step, and a half bend is where the sound goes up a half step
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#3
A full bend is a bend up a whole step. C to D for example.

A half bend is a bend up a half step. C to C# for example.
#4
^Eb to F is almost a full bend.

B to C and E to F are also half step bends.

These seem to confuse some beginner players.

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#5
A full bend is when you bend the string a whole step up and a half bend is when you bend the string a half step up for. For example if your'e bending the b string on the 10th fret a full bend would make the note sound like the 12th fret and for a half bend it would sound like the 11th fret.
#6
Quote by ChurchNSkate
^Eb to F is almost a full bend.

B to C and E to F are also half step bends.

These seem to confuse some beginner players.


What are you talking about?
Eb to F is a full bend.

-M