#1
How do you get that horse imitation sound out of a guitar? Like in the intro to Steve Vai's "Bad Horsie." Thanks in advance.
My gear:

Schecter C-1 Classic (beautiful blue)
Jackson JS1 (Upgraded Emg 81's)
Fender Acoustic
Vox Valvetronix AD100VT
Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
#2
through a bad horsie wah perhaps?? (i dno btw its just an educated guess)
Gibson SG (Heavily modded)
Fender USA Strat
Hohner 12 String-uber rare

Fender Silverface Twin

EHX Big Muff
Digitech badmonkey overdrive
Boss DS-1
Blackstar Distortion X
Dunlop Crybaby
Ibanez Delay
Digitech Whammy
#3
i don't know about Vai, but Slayer and Dimebag (RIP) do it by doing a natural Harmonic on the 4th fret of the B string and dive down then back up with the whammy bar and vibrate it up and down as you wish. You'll hear it when you try it.
#4
oh is tht wat u mean by horsie sound?? right i get ya now! lol im a fool sumtymes! anyway theyre them harmonic squeel things! i think lol, just play a string dump the bar and as it rises back up lightly hold a harmonic and raise the bar up as far as itl go and the guitar will just squeel! awesome,
Gibson SG (Heavily modded)
Fender USA Strat
Hohner 12 String-uber rare

Fender Silverface Twin

EHX Big Muff
Digitech badmonkey overdrive
Boss DS-1
Blackstar Distortion X
Dunlop Crybaby
Ibanez Delay
Digitech Whammy
#6
aight, cool, thanks guys
My gear:

Schecter C-1 Classic (beautiful blue)
Jackson JS1 (Upgraded Emg 81's)
Fender Acoustic
Vox Valvetronix AD100VT
Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
#7
Are you talking about the actual Horse neigh? I think that is the actual voice of a horse!
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