#2
Looks like E-bow, alright.
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- VJ & VJ cab
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- TS9

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#3
He is using an E-bow - http://www.ebow.com/home.php
It makes you strings constantly vibrate for unlimited sustain, they're awsome.

He is also using a metal slide on the other hand.

Lots of reverb, and a delay pedal.

PS: Awsome taste in music
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#4
Quote by FuzzLove
He is using an E-bow - http://www.ebow.com/home.php
It makes you strings constantly vibrate for unlimited sustain, they're awsome.

He is also using a metal slide on the other hand.

Lots of reverb, and a delay pedal.

PS: Awsome taste in music

Thanks, how do you use metal slides? I've heard of them but not looked into buying one before. Do you know which one he's using?
#5
You place them on your string(s) with less pressure than you would normally use with your fingers, over the actual fret (not the space where your fingers would normally be) of the note that you want, you can then slide smoothly up and down the neck changing the pitch.

^ I'm sure there are loads of tutorial videos on youtube for this.

You can get slides made from metal, you can also get glass ones, they sound different, you'll have to decide which you like the best.

As long as the slide has a smooth surface, anything will do, people even use beer bottle necks or Zippo lighters. My slide is a Dunlop, I think.
"In modern music, a lot of people are really stuck on the example, asif it were the idea. It takes millions of examples to articulate an idea, so don't get stuck on the f*cking example." - Joshua Homme, 2008.