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Maitinin 19,543 Dec 26, 2008 08:02 AM

I think the first chord, the Bsus4, is easier played a string up with the root note on the 2nd fret on the A-string:
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-----4---4---
---4-------4-
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dennevhyn_31 10 Mar 05, 2009 02:59 AM

@maitin: that's also correct but it's sounds better the other way around when palm muting and that's actually how joe satriani play. the riff that you're using can used by beginners or people with small hands.

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x7xFUKUx7x 54 Dec 02, 2009 09:50 PM

This video wasn't too helpful, and the vibrato was hopeless.

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