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Can I hit 4th fret on the (B and G)strings and pull of high E string on the 2 fret at the same time instead of 5th fret and pull of high E string on the 2 fret at the same time in Nothing else matters due to my short left fingers...

marked as duplicate by Neil Meyer, Shevliaskovic, Todd Wilcox, Tim H, tarun Oct 5 '15 at 13:35

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  • Right now, this question isn't making a lot of sense. Pull of =pull-off? Hit = hammer-on? It's not clear. – Tim Oct 5 '15 at 9:54
  • I'm calling for the OP to make this question more clear. – Neil Meyer Oct 5 '15 at 10:14
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    You have already asked this – Shevliaskovic Oct 5 '15 at 11:22
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So you want to play the 4th fret on the B and G strings and the 2nd on the E string instead of the 5th fret on the B and G strings and the 2nd fret on the E string? If so then no, you can't do this, because you'd be playing B,D#,F# instead of C,E,F#, and these are obviously different notes. If I've misread your query please do tell me.

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