#1
this is the funest thing i have ever done in this last hour its fun challenging to make sound right and just cool anybody else every try
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#2
Nope, but search for Trace Bundy on youtube to see some cool tapping.
Also Ocean by John Butler has some cool tapping at the start
#3
It's really difficult to get it to sound out properly.

But that's what you get when you apply bass tapping techniques to an acoustic guitar with ****e action...
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#5
how do you do this? I have tried but it never sounds good...I cant play the tapping part, only the strumming part..
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#6
You need more strength and control for the notes to sound clear on an acoustic guitar than on an electric one. Practice is the only advice I can think of . You will soon find out that when you are able to tap well on an acoustic, electric guitar tapping becomes piece of cake.
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#7
If you listen to the original studio version of "More Than Words" by Extreme, there is a neat acoustic tapping lick at the end of it.
#8
Yep. lots of practice. I can make my acoustic sound great tapping, although I don't do it much I do use taps in leads now and then, and tinker with it occasionally. I also get good pinch harmonics out of it.

Just a matter of practice.
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