#1
I wanted to make sure I'm not doing something completely wrong so...

So if I want to play something like this:
   Jet Plane Sample               P.M.---------------------|         P.M.--|
E||--------------------|-----------------------------|------------------------|
B||--------------------|-----------------------------|--------6--5------------|
G||--------------------|-----------------------------|--------3--5------------|
D||-----------------5--|--(5)--5---------------------|--------3--5---5--7--3--|
A||-----------------5--|--(5)--5--5--5---5--5--5--5--|-----3-----3---3--3--3--|
E||-----------------3--|--(3)--3--3--3---3--3--3--3--|--6---------------------|


    P.M.------------------|                     ~~~~~
E|---------------------------|---------------------------------|----------
B|---------------------------|---------------------------------|----------
G|---------------------------|--2>(3)>(2)--0--/5------0--------|----------
D|--8--8--7--3---5--5--7--5--|--2>(3)>(2)--0--/5------0-----5--|--(5)--5--
A|--3--3--3--3---3--3--3--3--|------------------------------5--|--(5)--5--
E|---------------------------|---------------------------0--3--|--(3)--3--

For the rhythm parts that go across 4 strings, do I barre the 3's with with the index and keep it that way while barring the 5's with another finger? Also, for the double stop bend, do I just barre it and bend while doing that? Or is it better to fret each string with a finger and bend while doing that?

Thanks
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Last edited by Colonel Sanders : Yesterday at 10:54 PM.
#2
It's good to barre the root of the chord (or the 3 in this case) because it will help you later for other chords and its the right position for your hands. You cna usually do the bend with 1 finger but do whatever works out for you.
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