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Pull-offs: Part 1

Pull-offs: Part 1: Banjo Lessons: 2 Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs
Pull-offs: Part 1: Banjo Lessons: 2 Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs

The Pull-off is a versitile left hand technique that is commonly used in most styles of playing and is kind of like the opposite to a hammer-on. The technique involves pulling off a fretted finger without plucking the string essentially giving you more notes for less work. This lesson explores how this all works and Tony will show you the best way to get a clean sound.

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