#1
Ive been having trouble with some lead parts that have parts like this
e|-------------------------------------------------------
b|-----------------10----------------------15---------
g|-------10b----------------------15b----------------
stuff where I bend and then play another string on the same fret. Its usually really awkward and doesnt sound all that good to me. Ive been bending and then trying to bar the note below it. Is there an easier way to do this or will it just get easier with practice?
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#2
Bend with your index, middle, and ring finger, and fret to higher note with your pinkey.
#3
Ill typically bar the higher note once Iv bent the lower, its a tricky technique and probably "incorrect" but it works after practice

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#4
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Bend with your index, middle, and ring finger, and fret to higher note with your pinkey.

this is the correct technique...the Over the Hills and Far Away solo by Led Zeppelin has some of those.
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#5
Quote by K!nj!
this is the correct technique...the Over the Hills and Far Away solo by Led Zeppelin has some of those.



This is A technique, no such thing as a correct technique.

Very good one to use though...
#6
Quote by EdawMail
This is A technique, no such thing as a correct technique.

Very good one to use though...


It's the technique I use, weirdly enough, on Over the Hills and Far Away also. The first section of the solo has a lot of those notes. Or I'll bend with my first two fingers and fret the higher note with my third.