#1
ok im trying to learn tapping and the initial tap isnt sound out very loudly. ive been trying to tap the e--19-15-12-- pattern. so is this because of soft fingers or the fact that im playing on a squier bullet?
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#2
Might be you are tapping too close to the fret. BTW Rock on for playing One. Flame me if I misread the tab.
#3
Most likely, it's soft fingers. The guitar can have a small effect on it. Personally, I use my pick to tap that part.
#5
^Then you will never get better with your tapping.
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#6
Practice more, eventually your finger will build up callouses that helps tapping a lot. Remember to pull off and not just lightly tap it.
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#7
yes it is One. i have noticed that it sounds heaps better with the pick. guess ill just have to keep practising if i wanna actually tap it.
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do u rlly think a girl will come to school in the morning and interrupt ur conversation screaming "Hey i nailed my own poonaner last nite and came like a hurricane YEA BABII"
#8
maybe make sure of you amp/pedal settings. youll need more treble than bass. or just keep practicing ;P
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