To do a hammer-on, the technique is simple enough. You play one note, and while it’s ringing out, you hammer down a second finger onto the same string. This allows us to hear a second note without you having to pick the string a second time. For this to work, though, you’ve really got to hammer that second finger onto the string!
Jun 09, 2014 · A hammer-on is when you strum a note (let's use the E note on the D string) and use another finger on your left hand to hit the desired higher note …
Mar 02, 2017 · Hammer-on is a technique that is achieved by plucking a string, and quickly pressing down a fret on the same string while it still sounds. This will cause the second note to sound, even though the