#1
Hi I'm new to UG and I'm trying to learn this technique for harmonics that is used by Synyster Gates in one his live solos but i cant find a video on how to do this technique it is like a vibrato into a harmonic ill post a link to the video so everyone can see and I'm sorry if this in the wrong part of the forum I'm new and still learning and please have a nice day!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuHLAqKiADQ
it is in the first bit where he makes the vibrato become a harmonic
#2
Thats most likely, I beleive feedback is the right word. where it squeals, thats out of the amp not a technique
#3
sounds like a pinch harmonic
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#4
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Thats most likely, I beleive feedback is the right word. where it squeals, thats out of the amp not a technique


It's whammy bar tricks and little feedback

All it takes to get that sound is hours of practice with the whammy bar.

Either a two point Wilkinson style tremolo with locking tuners or a Floyd Rose.

Without some sort of locking system you'll never stay in tune and won't be able to get that sound.
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