Top 10 Songs with Best Uses of Hammer Ons And/or Pull Offszxm Hammer on and pull off are two of the most used and prominent techniques ever used. There are countless uses of these two techniques. But I am only going to mention them which are a big part of the song.
Btw, hammer on means striking on the notes. It makes a clearer sound when you're hammering on.
Pull off is the opposite of hammer on. It means when you're leaving/pulling the notes, it also makes a clear sound of notes.
These songs may be either hammer on, pull off or both. But most of the time hammer ons and pull offs are used together.
The Top Ten
Cause, when you play a song with one hand and people get inspired by it and try their new techniques. - zxm
The opening riff is just random uses of hammer ons and pull offs. - zxm
The opening riffs weren't played by strumming but random uses of hammer ons and pull offs with kill switches. - zxm
The opening riff has lots of uses of hammer ons and pull offs. - zxm
Especially in the solo. - zxm
A lots of uses of rapid hammer ons and pull offs. - zxm
This song has one of the most hammer ons and pull off uses. - zxm
In some parts Vai just hammers on and pull offs. - zxm
Just hammer ons
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