#1
... between the nut and the machine heads. They make a high-pitched 'plink' when plucked. Has this ever been used on a record?
#2
start of 'you know you're right' by nirvana - they use that bit or the bit of string between stopbar and bridge . . . . . i would guess
#3
Quite possibly, I know there are some ridiculous experimental guitars completely covered with pickups, like behind the bridge and such. I wouldn't be surprised if someone has plinky-plonked away on record.
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Last edited by LeakyFlask at Nov 28, 2011,
#5
Van Halen - Running With the Devil...just before the riff starts there's a backwards rake behind the nut.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bl4dEAtxo0M
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#7
Zakk Wylde uses this trick on Superterrorizer... the part of the strings between the stopbar and the bridge
#11
its not that uncommon to that section of the strings for bending and vibrato
#12
Tommy Emmanuel does it sometimes when he goes off on one with the percussive stuff.