#1
Hey, this is probably a stupid question, but here goes;

Farewell Ballad by Zakk Wylde. Theres a part where it's somthing like

E-------
B-(15)-
G--12--

I believe that means bend up to that note? I'm not quite sure. Many thanks
#2
Ghost note I am guessing.
Play the note softer than the other note.
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#3
Quote by DeadlySurfer
Hey, this is probably a stupid question, but here goes;

Farewell Ballad by Zakk Wylde. Theres a part where it's somthing like

E-------
B-(15)-
G--12--

I believe that means bend up to that note? I'm not quite sure. Many thanks


Needs more context, can you post some of the surrounding tabs and maybe a link to the song in question?
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#4
Quote by HISOTRA
Ghost note I am guessing.
Play the note softer than the other note.

Like what he said, its a ghost note,
you play G the 12th fret but you play the 15th fret of the B string very softly so you can hear it but it wont affect the G string too much
I see you're not using the UG black theme



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#5
Quote by akm_202
Like what he said, its a ghost note,
you play G the 12th fret but you play the 15th fret of the B string very softly so you can hear it but it wont affect the G string too much


Ah, I understand, thankyou

I get confused, because it seems to me there's no unerversal tabbing system, I've seen alot of different symbolds mean the same thing, and sometimes I just give up on it.

Sorry for posting a dumb question.

Thanks
#7
Ah, I understand now. But I see tab keys in magazines and on websites that contradict each other. I know it's differnt for the web...

But, I still get confused.