This is the last of the guitar techniques that use hammer-ons and pull-offs (HOPO). The guitar tapping technique involves tapping or hammering on any note of a string using the middle finger of your picking hand. Then you pull off to a note you are holding with your fretting hand. After that, you would pull off to a second fretted note and maybe hammer-on to a 4th note. If you are interested, then continue reading and try the guitar TAB for this guitar technique.
This is the first article involving guitar techniques involving two notes, and it involves the most common techniques. The guitar hammer on and pull off techniques are found in nearly every genre of music and are easy to learn and play. I briefly cover what both techniques are, how to play them, and have supporting guitar tab involving both together.
This is the second article on guitar techniques and the last single-note technique. Guitar vibrato is a vital technique to learn and master but it takes a lot of time and practice. It really separates you from the average guitar player and makes you sound great. I cover the technique and have guitar tab examples.
This is a follow up on the multiple guitar techniques that I listed in my Music symbols article. I have a list of 25+ guitar techniques that I will be covering individually over the next few months. This article briefly covers 25 guitar techniques in different categories plus a bonus technique.
The tremolo guitar technique may seem simple being that it is only a single note repeated many times at a fast speed. But don’t let the apparent simplistic description fool you into thinking the technique is easy - it’s not. I describe the technique and offer some simple guidelines on how to practice and master tremolo.
This article sticks to the basics of the various gauges of acoustic guitar strings. I cover the basic construction of guitar strings and cover why one gauge of guitar string size is preferable than other sizes. It boils down to your decision on the sound you want and your level of playing.