#1
br br br br
|------------------------/\--------/\-------------/\-------------|
|-15---14-15-18--15-14-15-(15)---14-(14)---/\---14-(14)----------|
|----------------------------------------14-(14)--------14-------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------------|


What does the "br" and "/\" mean ?

Thanks,
Scott
#2
br means bend and release. So bend up and then back down.

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#4
The /\ in this case marks the bend releases. The 'br's just aren't in line with them.
#6
Ok. Thanks for the responses guyz. Yes, the brs are not lined up with the /\
#7
watch it though cause sumtimes its a half step sumtimes its a full step bend....bend up till u find the right tone
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