#1
Quick question. What is that technique called that is often used by punk guitarists, pretty much always with distortion, that kind of sounds like a slide with harmonics?

They do it in this AFI song between 0:58 and 1:00, just to provide an example, but I hear it all the time.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0-jUDsosmg

My guitar teacher is mostly into jazz and doesn't know, so I was hoping you guys could help. I didn't see anything about it in the stickied techniques thread.
#2
pick slide
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#3
Just sliding.

Most likely a pick slide but you can get the same effect with out a pick by having a lot of gain and no noise gate. it also helps to have the highs and mids up a bit.
#4
is it just a pick scrape down the 6th string?
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#5
Its just a slide I believe. Not with a pick, but with your fingers. It sounds more 'fluid' if you will. Because there is no scraping, it's just a... I'm having trouble describing it. Imagine a chorus or a flanger effect, but natural sounding. Thats the best I can do for now.

... And if I'm wrong I'm sorry. But I'm 99.99% sure thats it.
#7
Definately a pick scrape

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#8
Pick scrape
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