white99z
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Join date: Oct 2006
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#1
Hey! I checked powertab's "in-depth" description of tablature notation and could not find this. In the sixth measure of the intro of the Crazy on You powertab by heart, there is a squiggly up arrow. What does this mean? Thanks!
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gts86
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Join date: Jun 2005
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#2
it means you strum that chord downwards
F8iscruel
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#3
it depends on the direction its basically the same thing as the up down strum markers
white99z
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Join date: Oct 2006
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#4
Thanks Guys! So since it is upwards then I strum the chord up, right?
Ibanez SZ520QM - Transparent Red
-Seymour Duncan '59 in the bridge/Coil-Tapped Pearly Gates in the neck
Synsonics Strat Copy with Hotrails Pickup in the bridge
Vox AC15cc Tube Amp
Vox V847 Wah
Digitech JamMan Looper
Cusack Screamer OD Pedal
F8iscruel
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Join date: Feb 2008
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#5
i believe so but in all hoesty i dont hear a difference when u strum up or down on most chords because when u plsay a chord its supposed to bleed together and not like sweeping