Emulating vocals on guitar – with Andy Aledort

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For tabs and text of this video lesson, see the January 2024 issue of Guitar World –
In Deep by Andy Aledort
One of the greatest things about the guitar is its capacity to emulate the melodic nuances and expressiveness of the human voice. Singers rarely simply hit pitches; there are often glissandos between notes, meaning ascending or descending movement from one note to the next. For example, instead of singing a D followed by E, a singer will often seamlessly glide from D to E; the reverse is also common, gliding from E down to D. After landing on the targeted pitch, vibrato is then typically added, to sweeten the note.
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