#1
I've been playing guitar for about a year now and ive been using this site for a while aswell but ive always wondered wht the parantheses around a fret number met can some one help me?
#3
I believe that they are "ghost" notes. They are played quieter, felt but not really heard.
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#4
...ghost notes...do ya'll mean grace notes?
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#5
they can also be put around a number bigger than 10 so that you dont think that you are meant to play a 1 and then a 0 (for example).

but mostly, and always in guitar pro, it means a ghost note
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they can also be put around a number bigger than 10 so that you dont think that you are meant to play a 1 and then a 0 (for example).


Never had that in a tab, really... usually it's a ghost note indeed.