Be A Better Acoustic Guitarist: Fretboard Slides
Ever felt tempted to rake your fingers along the keys of a piano, from one end of the keyboard to the other? If so, the sound you produced was a glissando. Guitarists play glissandos—or, a sliding motion between two pitches—by sliding between notes on the fretboard. Sometimes this is done with a bottleneck slide, but in this lesson you will learn to play them with your bare, fretting-hand fingers.
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