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As written it's a somewhat difficult passage. The performance is much clearer when you consider the standard notation: the A on the first string has to be held until you hit the B note tabbed on the sixth string later in the measure. Since the B is two frets higher than the A, you'd need to do the slide with your ring finger, then reach a bit with the ...


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There is a crucial piece of information missing from this TAB. What fingering is suggested for this? If you slide using the ring finger (or pinky) your index will be free to grab the 2nd fret and should not be a problem. Whether or not that seems reasonable depends on the notes before the 2 you've shown. If you really want help please post the entire line ...


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Not at all (if you don't have a ultra-small hand). My advice would be to play it just as it is written. The reason is that as you play more and more, your hand will be progressively more able to stretch, so after some time, you will be absolutely OK with it. On top of that, stretches like this just occur quite frequently on the guitar (they often arise ...


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