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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumpintofinity View Post
    The first time i heard crazy train I had to learn it on guitar.
    I think we've all been there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince View Post
    I think we've all been there
    My entire bus from 6th grade-12th grade knew that song by heart because i played it 5 times in the morning on full blast at 7am and another 5 times in the after noon. I still cant figure out how a human being can pull off that pinch harmonic pull off riff going into the verses

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    I played the Tribute cassette so many times that it wore out. His playing on that is amazing, he really gave some of the tired old Sabbath songs a new life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumpintofinity View Post
    My entire bus from 6th grade-12th grade knew that song by heart because i played it 5 times in the morning on full blast at 7am and another 5 times in the after noon. I still cant figure out how a human being can pull off that pinch harmonic pull off riff going into the verses
    I do it by pulling off and using my right hand slide for the artificials.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaxadam View Post
    I do it by pulling off and using my right hand slide for the artificials.
    you mean sliding down the 3 strings on your right hand for the pinches? The tough part for me isnt that but how fast the pull offs are

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumpintofinity View Post
    you mean sliding down the 3 strings on your right hand for the pinches? The tough part for me isnt that but how fast the pull offs are
    I didn't think they were pinches but artificials, and yes that's what I do. The hard part for me is putting the pick between my teeth while I do it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaxadam View Post
    I didn't think they were pinches but artificials, and yes that's what I do. The hard part for me is putting the pick between my teeth while I do it!
    i thought pinch was artificial harmonics. do you have a video of what you do?

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    I think pinch is a technique of getting an artificial but I think also say you fret the third fret and lightly hover the 15th, that would be an artificial. Someone may be able to correct me if I'm wrong.

    So on the pull off/slide you are hovering the areas that would create artificials based on board geometry. Or some shit like that if it makes sense.

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