#1
I think I've been doing pull-offs wrong. I kind of do a mini-bend (small enough that the pitch doesn't change noticeably) and quickly let go in a finger-picky style. I've read all the guides, but none of them seems to explain well enough. Anybody have a clear description? Thanks.
#2
Sounds right to me... A pull-off is actually a slight flicking motion. You can either flick upwards toward the lower strings, or you can slightly pull off downwards toward the floor... Either way works... just don't hit the other strings!
#3
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Sounds right to me... A pull-off is actually a slight flicking motion. You can either flick upwards toward the lower strings, or you can slightly pull off downwards toward the floor... Either way works... just don't hit the other strings!


not hitting strings when pulling off is pretty hard, at least for me. I use my index or whatever my lead finger is to mute the string below so it doesnt make noise.
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#4
just kind of pick the string with the finger that u wish to pull off but do it down toward the thinner strings but pull away from them
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