Learning how to do pull-offs is an essential journey that every guitarist has to take in their development.

Pull offs allow you to play 2 notes with one pluck, bringing a smooth, legato sound into your lines, licks, riffs, and solos.

While many players learn how to pull off quickly, few learn how to pull off properly.

By pulling down, rather than pulling off, you can snap the string as you pull off between any two notes.

When pulling down, rather than pulling off the fretboard, each note has full volume, full tone, and comes to life in your playing.

With every pull off, make sure to keep your finger close to the strings, pull down not out, and rest your finger on the string below to finish the pull off.

Doing so will seem awkward at first if you have flying fingers, but with a little time, you’ll be playing pull-offs before you know it.

Check out the video, work the exercises in the link below, and have fun as you build rock-solid pull-offs on guitar.

Click here to have fun building rock-solid pull-offs on guitar.