#1
i feel really stupid about asking this question but i'm having trouble with back in black. i get stuck on the part after the first 3 chords where its like 3-0 3-0 2b4r2p0. Thanks for the help.
#2
if you're asking about the br-p that means bend the note up to where it would sound like the fourth fret, back down to normal then pull off the string
#3
ya its all practice. Btw, kind of ironic that your screen name is the guitarist of that band when you cant play (or figure out) there most popular toon.
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ya its all practice. Btw, kind of ironic that your screen name is the guitarist of that band when you cant play (or figure out) there most popular toon.
just 'cause he's learning doesn't mean he can't admire that artist
#5
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ya its all practice. Btw, kind of ironic that your screen name is the guitarist of that band when you cant play (or figure out) there most popular toon.

haha 'toon'. but agreed w/ phoenix
#6
God, I remember when I first tried to learn that - I failed SO miserably.

I'll break down how I play it.

The first note I fret with my ring finger, then pull off.
The 3rd note I fret with my middle finger, then pull off
Then fret the note on the 2nd fret with my first finger, bend it, relax the bend, then pull off.

Listen to the record, hum the riff in your head (or out loud ), then slowly go through it on your guitar.

Great riff, you'll love playing it when you get it down.
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