Solo Part 2: Unison Bends

In the following four bars we will play unison bends, also targeting chord tones.

Unison means that we play the same note on two different strings, and in this case we will bend up on the G string to reach the same note we're playing on the B string. This creates a lot of tension as the note travels up to reach the unison pitch. A very common technique used in rock and metal.

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