#1
I know how to flutter, but since i sold my only guitar that had a tremlo arm I can't do it anymore. So my question here is wether there's some "secret" technique that i can use to get that sound without any tremlo arm?
#4
Ummm, well I'm surprised there's even a name for that technique.. Anyways, you can't do it without a floating tremolo. Maybe there's some unconventional pedal that can very poorly imitate that sound, but i doubt it. Looks like you shouldn't have sold your guitar
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I know how to flutter, but since i sold my only guitar that had a tremlo arm I can't do it anymore. So my question here is wether there's some "secret" technique that i can use to get that sound without any tremlo arm?

Nope
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not that i'm aware of, unfortunately
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