#1
What the hell is a ghost note?!?! And how do you do one?
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#2
A ghost note is an odd concept of a note that is felt but not heard. Most people look upon them as optional notes but if you want to play one you will need to strike the string very lightly.
#4
Oh, okay... wierd...
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#6
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A ghost note is an odd concept of a note that is felt but not heard. Most people look upon them as optional notes but if you want to play one you will need to strike the string very lightly.



Either that or they are barely heard on the recording. When sheet music companies sit down to transcribe a piece they most likely slow the recording down and isolate tough parts to figure them out. In doing this they get all the subtle notes as well, notes that most likley weren't intentional or are ringing with sympathy from other strings.

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#7
You can decide if you want to play ghost notes or not. They won't mess up the rythm or feel of your solo, but some people hear them in recording and some don't.