#2
Randys own style + his gear + the equipment they had in the studio where they recorded it. Good luck getting that sound.
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Randys own style + his gear + the equipment they had in the studio where they recorded it. Good luck getting that sound.

That's retarded, anything a guitarist can do another one can who is skilled do the same
#4
Try sliding from close to the 12th fret down to the 5th. It's what I do. Also, you need to get the E, A and the D string. I recommend a wide pick
#5
Randy made it sound like he did a fret or harmonic slide, it doesnt have that crunchy sound that a pick slide gives off :S
#6
While sliding, try moving the pick up and down as well.
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#7
Slide your pick from your bridge pickup to just past your neck pickup and then just do a finger slide down the rest of the string....
#8
A lot of it does have to do with your equipment too. Before I got my ESP with the EMGs, I just couldn't do pickslides. On my ESP they sound damn near perfect, with no change in technique.

There are some good technique suggestions here that you should try as well.
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