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Descending Pulloff - Morphis.com
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Descending Pulloff - Morphis.com  (4/4 - Key B)

Key A (Transposed - Original Key B):
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   A
    _   _   _   _ 
   | | | | | | | |
e|-----------------|
B|-8p5---5---------|
G|-----7---7p5-----|
D|-------------7---|
A|-----------------|
E|-----------------| 


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Key E (Transposed - Original Key B):
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   E
    _   _   _   _ 
   | | | | | | | |
e|-----------------|
B|-3p0---0---------|
G|-----2---2p0-----|
D|-------------2---|
A|-----------------|
E|-----------------|
        
 
 

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morphis.com - Lessons are designed for the beginner, they are built for a step by step approach and best of all they are 100% free! morphis.com suggests you be patient, start simple and take your time!

Here is a cool descending pull off trick for you. This is a common technique that you may often hear in various gutiar solos. I chose the 10 fret at the second string because it's a common riff used several times by David Gilmour in his guitar solo for Comfortably Numb. However, it's such a great technique that can be played all over the guitar.

View YouTub Lesson: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMKWT-6_2Fs&feature=player_embedded

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Descending Pulloff - Morphis.com




Descending Pulloff - Morphis.com
Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 1/2/2013
Updated: 3/4/2014
Tab By: willc
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