#1
Hello
Ladies and Gentlemen of UG

I was wondering what song one should look into that are relativley easy to play but that introduces you to Hammer on's,Pull off's and bends?
id really like to get them down,ive been messing a little whith them before nothing special so do you guys/girls have any ideas

Ore Some solos from a song that has does things in it.
maybe some Ac/Dc stuff?
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#3
ore maybe some blues licks?
EDIT:
Where was that huge Lick of the day thread, ore was it called post your lick?
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#4
Yeah, Might even START 3 string sweep picks, just play them VERY VERY slowly for the hammer ons and pull-offs
#6
+1 to Over the Hills.

Try The Joker by The Steve Miller Band. The main riff uses mostly HO/POs.

If you want beginner bluesy type stuff, learn your blues scale and improv with it. As for a song, the solo from Getaway Car by Audioslave is a slow song that uses the blues scale.
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