#1
Hi, in tab, there is a note in parenthesis. example. (14)...what does the parenthesis signal for me to do?
#2
Ghost note?
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#3
Well it should say what it means somewhere on the tab. Otherwise it's not that good of a tab...


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#5
It usually means bend to the note doesn't it??
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#6
If its in Guitar pro, I've asked the same thing and my friend reckons that its a note that you can hit if you want, but its not compulsory to the actual tune of the song,
#7
No, its cool guys. I figured it out. I'm using guitar pro. There is a series of notes, first its 12^, then (12) (12) following right after. I played that part, and it just holds the bend until a new note. I love Guitarpro.