A pull-off is a note that is played by pulling a left hand finger
away from a string, if you're a right handed player, at an angle so that your fingertip picks
the string and allows the new note to sound.
A hammer-on is a note that is played by quickly pressing down hard on a higher fret after the string has already been picked for a lower note.
These two tricks increase speed of playing.
You will begin to appreciate your guitar's quality of response and sustain when you incorporate tricks like these.
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