#2
It sounds like a pinch harmonic to me
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#3
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It sounds like a pinch harmonic to me



To me it sounds like 2 strings being rung with an up stroke but i can't work out how to get the sound. When i try to do it .
#5
^ +1 (on one of the lower strings)
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#6
Can some one demonstrate it because im still hearing two notes, certainly not a pinch, it sounds like a bluesy effect that a pinch with distortion would not sound like.
#7
There are two lead guitar tracks, so that's probably the "two notes" you're hearing. It's the same note really, but played as pinch harmonic on the left channel track and regular on the right channel track.
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#8
at first I thought it would be a continuous pulloff to an open string but I dont think so.

I think he is just picking these 2 notes together (tuned half step down)

B-----9
G------10

picks them like 5-6 times or whatever then slides up a fret on the last note which would be the d "chord"

B---10
G-----11

check this vid at around 4:04
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLF2HAbEyy0

he may be using some kind of hybrid picking or finger picking or weird rasqueado lol.....because if u watch his right hand closely u see he curls his fingers up differently than from his regular picking position
#10
^ I hear the trill thing at 54 seconds

that's kind of the problem with these "at x seconds"... very rarely do the things tally up exactly. for example i'm hearing that pinch thing at a bit past 53 seconds, but not quite at 54 either.

with a semi-harmonic though you can sort of hear two pitches
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