#1
wel i just put a whammy bar on my peavey raptor i was messin around wit sum tapping and i bumped my whammp bar wih my elbow and it sounded awesome so i put the the whammy bar about 9 inches under my palm and as i tapped i would push down on the bar and it sounds so good so hav u guys ever tried this or seen any body play lyk this?
#3
sorry i acidentaly posted this in the wrong forum my bad lol im stil a lil new here
#4
Yeah, I've seen soloists play like that. I'm pretty sure a few dragonforce solos involve similar technique. It's pretty cool.
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#5
I have never in all my years seen anyone do that.

make a video detailing how to do it and put it on youtube, the guitar community must know.
#6
i did that when i was like 12.

A similar thing you can do, is if you have a floyd rose style bridge, try tremolo picking say a 3 or 4 note pattern whilst resting the edge of your picking hand on the bridge. and put slight pressure on nit, making the bridge move with your hand.
#7
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i did that when i was like 12.


Pfft. Well, I did it when I was like, 8.
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#8
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Pfft. Well, I did it when I was like, 8.

I did that before I even played guitar.
#11
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I came out of the womb doing that

I may have had something to do with perpetuating this.
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#12
I've seen it millions of time.
What's the technique actually called though?
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