#3
Yep. That sounds like a pinch harmonic. Takes a little practice to learn, but once you get it, it's like riding a bike.
#4
Yeah, no pedal required, however, the more distortion, the easier it is to hear.
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#5
Unless of course you're referring to Dime Squeals, then that requires a trem system.
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#6
artificial harmonics also
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#8
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Pinch Harmonics definatly.

excellent advice +1
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#10
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#12
Bump the mids on your amp also to really bring them out even more.
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#13
When your first learning them a lot easier for them to come out when you have more gain. That and practice, keep practicing and eventually you'll get it.
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#15
It's when you are licking and riffing and such and you pop a rude squealie

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