#1
I cant find any examples right now, but in many cases in music, a guitarist would play a note and let it ring for a while, but it would gradually change into a high-pitch ringing.
How do they do that?

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#2
You're probably thinking of nicely controlled feedback.
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#3
yea its feedback from your amp, like this: (he finally gets to actually doing the feedback at 1:50)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luURyH9fzhk
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#4
Yeah thats it. Thanks a lot guys! Would rep if possible.
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#5
lol np. why we no have upvotes like teh reddits?!
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#6
Listen to Rob Balducci. He is the master of amp feedback.
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