How To: Perform pull-offs correctly on an electric guitar

Perform pull-offs correctly on an electric guitar

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Learning the electric guitar can be fun and rewarding, but it's difficult to know where to start. Whether you're a complete beginner or an expert looking to tighten your technique, this video tutorial on the basics is sure to help you out.

You can change between two notes by picking them separately, but if the first note is higher than the second in pitch, you can play what's called a pull-off. A pull-off will make the transition between two notes smoother, which will make your playing sound more fluent.

This video lesson shows you how to perform pull-offs correctly and provides you with two examples to try for yourself.

Perform pull-offs correctly on an electric guitar

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