#1
Are you guys positive the intro has just delay? I know it has delay but it sounds ovious to me that hes hitting a B string after each note.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdqtxp0xNhc

I can even see him hit it and hear it.

Does anyone know for show if there is the open B (flat) after each note?
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#2
He is hitting that string after the note!

Edit: Atleast thes what is says in the Guitar World mag i have with that tab in it.
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#3
You're right, after he picks each note, he goes back up to the open B. Sometimes, when he plays live he doesn't use the delay. He just picks the B after each note and it sounds the same.
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#5
Wow, he must have been super wasted, cause that was not good at all. or was it the drummer maybe?
#6
The title of the video is, "Slash drunk makes mistakes on Welcome to the Jungle Intro."

I don't think you should be using a video of the song played wrong as a reference. It sounded terrible.
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Wow, he must have been super wasted, cause that was not good at all. or was it the drummer maybe?
It's both. Slash is muddling notes, and Matt comes in at the wrong time, which then sets Duff off wrong too.

Basically they all ****ed up.