#1
I can do them just fine but for some reason I have a lot a trouble with the ones that pull off into open strings. Two examples of it are the fill in Crazy Train and the part after the first clean solo in One (by Metallica).


Crazy Train  (fill)

e| --------------------------------------------|
B| --------------------------------------------|
G| -4p2p0--------------------------------------|
D| ------4p2p0---------------------------------|
A| -----------4p2p0----------------------------|
E| --------------------------------------------|



One  (after 1st clean solo)

e|------------------------------------------|
b|-------------------------0h3p0---0h3p0----|
g|-------0-7-----0------4--------4-------0--|
D|----7-------7------5----------------------|
A|-5----------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------|


Any advice on that is appreciated. Also I'm pretty sure this is in the right section but not positive so please move if necessary.
Guitars:
Epiphone SG
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Gibson Les Paul Studio

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Epiphone Studio 10S Practice Amp
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#4
what exaclty are you having problems with? getting them clean, speed or just nailing them in general. The answer to all thw questions and most of the querstions regarding technique in guitar is....................

PRACTICE
#5
Quote by clement1
what exaclty are you having problems with? getting them clean, speed or just nailing them in general. The answer to all thw questions and most of the querstions regarding technique in guitar is....................

PRACTICE


I can get them slow, and I can get them fast also, but the open string will not play so Crazy Train (the fill) is like this


e| -----------------------------------|
b| -----------------------------------|
g| -4-2-------------------------------|
D| ----4-2----------------------------|
A| -------4-2-------------------------|
E| -----------------------------------|


Also this might be off the original topic but another thing is playing arpeggios when I play it with my fingers in a certain position and it ends up being hard to play but its actually easy if your fingers are in the right place. I guess an example of that would be Paradise City.
Guitars:
Epiphone SG
Schecter Damien FR
Gibson Les Paul Studio

Amps:
Epiphone Studio 10S Practice Amp
Peavey ValveKing 212

Effects:
Vox V847 (NOT V847A) Wah Pedal
DOD FX55-B Supra Distortion
Last edited by Slash546 at Feb 8, 2008,
#6
Quote by Slash546
I can get them slow, and I can get them fast also, but the open string will not play so Crazy Train (the fill) is like this


e| -----------------------------------|
b| -----------------------------------|
g| -4-2-------------------------------|
D| ----4-2----------------------------|
A| -------4-2-------------------------|
E| -----------------------------------|




Well you aren't 'getting them' if your'e only able to play 2 of the three notes. Play it slow enough to where you can hear all 3 notes clearly & evenly then work your way up. Zeppelin's over the hills and far away would also be a good song to learn to work on pulling off to open strings
#8
When you pull off to the open string try and flick a tiny bit as you come up, immediately after the string raises of the fret.


Try this for one, use your pinky to hammer on and pull off

e|--------------------------------------|
b|--------------------------------------|
g|-------0-7--------4--4h7p4-4-4h7p4----|
D|----7-------7s5-5------------------5--|
A|-5------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------|
Last edited by Death-Speak at Feb 8, 2008,