#1
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B--------------------3---------5----------7-----------9----------10--------|
G--------------------5^(7`5)---7^(9`7)----9^(11`9)---11^(13`11)--12^(14`12)|
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|


I kno tis a bit messed up... Its never Say Die. What do the little up arrows mean and the (`) mean in between 7-5 and 9-7 Im really confused on how to play this lol. Any help is appreciated. Its not a slide is it?
#4
Quote by Gibson SG FTW
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B--------------------3---------5----------7-----------9----------10--------|
G--------------------5^(7`5)---7^(9`7)----9^(11`9)---11^(13`11)--12^(14`12)|
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|


I kno tis a bit messed up... Its never Say Die. What do the little up arrows mean and the (`) mean in between 7-5 and 9-7 Im really confused on how to play this lol. Any help is appreciated. Its not a slide is it?



no. after you pluck the bottom note bend the string until the pitch matches the first note in parenthases and then bend back down to the original note.

Quote by Gibson SG FTW
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/b/black_sabbath/never_say_die_tab.htm

Original Tab... Im just so confused on the up arrows and apostrophe thingy...


im pretty sure the apostraphes are ment to be slides.
#7
That doesn't make any sense, it means bend back to pitch (release the bend), you can't bend the string to the pitch at the indicated fret and then slide back down to what you bent from.
#8
No because you're not actually hitting the fret to which the tab indicates, so how can you possibly slide back from that note, down to the fret at which you bend.

EDIT: Damn deleted posts.
#9
Quote by codybcool
That doesn't make any sense, it means bend back to pitch (release the bend), you can't bend the string to the pitch at the indicated fret and then slide back down to what you bent from.


your right, i was thinking slides instead of bends. i guess i should read what i type before i post it.lol
Last edited by sumguy67 at Aug 15, 2006,