#3
what s/he^ means is you play two notes on two strings which are side-by-side, with one finger and bend it as one note
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#4
where you place 2 fingers on adjacent strings(a double-stop) and bend them at the same time(bend).

edit: ^ I've always played it with 2 fingers rather than 1, find it gives a better sound.
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#5
Quote by The Ted
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OMFG Shut the **** up, asshole.


A double-stop bend is when you fret one fret across two strings and bend both of them.

------7b9-----
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EDIT: It can also be bending only one string, while fretting two.


------7-----
------10b12-----
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#6
Quote by The Ted
OMFG do a google search for it and click the first link.


*imitating adolescent female* like...OMFG!... like, over half the questions on this basics forum could be answered the same way, do you plan on telling everyone to use Google? like...geez...i mean, like, come on...
#8
Quote by HaKattack
OMFG Shut the **** up, asshole.


A double-stop bend is when you fret one fret across two strings and bend both of them.

------7b9-----
------7b9-----



EDIT: It can also be bending only one string, while fretting two.


------7-----
------10b12-----



I thought that was a unison bend?
#9
yeah that second is a unison bend ...
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#10
Quote by insideac
I thought that was a unison bend?


the second one is a unison bend but is also quite commonly reffered to a double stop bend as the principle derives itself from the double stop.
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