#1
Or just Marty Friedmen bends in general. Can anyone help me figure out how to do the bend at around 3:23? Alot of the bends are a sort of prebend where he's bending it in one direction and follows through to complete the pitch in the opposite direction but this one is different. Anyone know how to do it?
#2
A Lot of the time he'll start on a note thats not in the key, usually a semitone off and bend it up and i think thats what he does here. on the b string he bends at 14 pulls off to 12 then bends starting on 13. Thats how i play it at least.
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#3
yeah, you prebend the note a bit sharp, then strike the string with your pick, quickly release the bend and then rebend to the pitch you're trying to hit.
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