hold the string that you're strumming up, it works for me.
The lines on guitar tabs correspond to the strings on a guitar, so there are six lines. The numbers stand for the fret you should hold down on the guitar. Note that the top string on the paper is the lowest - sounding note on your guitar.
yes but only if u want to. Can you hold a note? If not better stick to guitar.
When you hold your finger down on a certain string and/or chord.
Towards the body of the guitar. The frets closest to the body of the guitar play higher notes when you hold them down than others.
keep hitting the drum colour like a drum roll
Touch it as the note comes up. (please note that there are certain sections you use it on, not any time) You can also hold and rub at a slide section.
you hold your hand as a position of a note then strum it or pluck it the string vibrates and music ccomes out
Yes, hold now the note or chord and then strum it. You should hear the note or chord play after the strum.
It means that the note(s) endures more than one bar and is still heard in the next one . So play the note and hold it.
You do a drum roll on whatever colour needs too be held until it ends. :D
The lowest note on an acoustic guitar is an open E, on the E string. the equivalent note on a bass guitar is the second fret of the D string, or the 7th fret of the A string, or the 12 fret of the E string..
That is the note "C".
Basically you play a note or chord (chord works best) and hold it, let it ring, then you go right up to your guitar amp and hold the guitar right up to the speaker then you slowly turn the volume on the amp up until you hear feedback. And, while the guitar is feeding back, you can shake the guitar, or wiggle the volume knob a little to get a tremolo effect. Just mess around and experament.
A bass guitar is an octave lower than a guitar, for example the first string on a guitar is an E string that produces an E note when struck, the first string on a four string bass guitar is an E also and when struck also produces an E note, just this note is an octave lower than the guitars
its a note
With standard tuning the lowest note on a guitar is an E played on the first string. (The low E string.)
An electric guitar cannot produce the note with the proper wavelength to break glass.
Hold down the note or chord and strum. You should hear the note play. Then put in the next note or chord and strum.... When you get done entering the code it should tell you what the code you put it unlocks.
I think the guitar is pointing to the left
To enter cheats in guitar hero 3, go to the options menu, cheats, enter cheat. It will bring you to a menu where you have to hold down the relevant notes as to frets on the guitar neck and strum them. example. GR - Hold down the green and red fret, and strum. Release and hold down the next note, strum. release. etc.
Lowest note for an electric guitar is E, highest note 22nd fret of top E string bent upwards its possible to hit F