#1
im learning to play a piece and it says played with tirando and apoyando in some parts can anybody explain to me what it means or how do you do it or any link or lesson here where i can see what tirando and apoyando is?



|------------------|-----------------|-------1----1----|-------0----0----|
|--------0----0----|-------1----1----|-------0----0----|-------1----1----|
|--------0----0----|-------0----0----|-----------------|-----------------|
|---3--------------|--2--------------|--0--------------|-----------------|
|------------------|-----------------|-----------------|--3--------------|
|------------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|



The third part.


All played TIRANDO.


and the other thing says

|-----------------|-----------------|--1--------------|----------------||
|-------0----0----|-------1----1----|-------3----0----|--1-------------||
|-------0----0----|-------0----0----|-----------------|----------------||
|--3--------------|--2--------------|--0--------------|----------------||
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|--3-------------||
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|----------------||



The fourth part.


Only the third bar is played APOYANDO.

any help is appreciated
my guitar stuff:
ESP JH-600
ValveKing 112
DigiTech Whammy Pedal
Taylor 314CE
Dunlop SW-95 Slash Wah Pedal
Cordoba C7 Nylon String Acoustic Guitar
Metal muff
Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster Ash
#3
tirando is free stroke, apoyendo is rest stroke
Gear:
PRS SE Singlecut, blue with stoptail (my baby)
Line 6 Spider III 75 (shut up)
Epiphone Les Paul standard
Cheapo Yamaha nylon string
even more cheapo Fender steel string acoustic
#4
does it really make a big difference in tone im trying it out and it sounds pretty much the same to me
my guitar stuff:
ESP JH-600
ValveKing 112
DigiTech Whammy Pedal
Taylor 314CE
Dunlop SW-95 Slash Wah Pedal
Cordoba C7 Nylon String Acoustic Guitar
Metal muff
Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster Ash