Watch the Hammer-Ons & Pull-Offs online guitar lesson by Chris Buono from 60 Electric Guitar Techniques You MUST Know
Whatever hammer-ons and pull-offs do for your playing on their own, combining them can only bring even more good things. The directions and sequences of how hammer-ons and pull-offs are organized is up to you. Whatever it may be, it has to be clean & clear. Consider the foundational aspects of both techniques discussed in the previous videos and always make sure your legato runs are played with conviction and finesse.
Looking for inspiration? The moment Eddie plants his fret hand fingers in the 5th position and flows from the high E string to the fifth string in "Hot For Teacher" following the tapping runs and right before the main boogie riff is all you need. If you want to get your chops to start sounding like that check out Guitar Gym: Hammer-Ons & Pull-Offs
. It's dedicated to both hammer-ons and pull-offs. What are you waiting for?!