#1
Was just watching CoB TV part two: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=pczpY6Z7qWM&NR=1
At one point Roope mentions that Alexi's flap techniques are much better than his, so when Alexi plays the riff it sounds tighter.
What are flap techniques? I've never heard the term before and a google search showed nothing..
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#2
My guess is he means 'trill'. That is, hammer on and pullof between two notes quickly.
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