#1
how do you do it ive just bought a Jackson DK2 and need some tricks for my floyd rose
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#6
The one I usually do is the 1.8th fret harmonic on the G string, dive it (with a Floyd) slowly all the way to the body of the guitar, then hit the open low E and vibrate the trem heavily, once you feel you've done enoough slowly bring it back up to idle.

If you do it with a nice tone and lots of reverb it sounds pretty good.
#7
thats some trippy stuff!i don't get it though,my amp couldn't make a sound like that even if u payed it?
#8
and also my wammy bar only pushes down/loosening the strings but it looked like that guy had his going both ways!
#9
Quote by metalmania91
My apologies for bein off topic but does that kinda bring a tear to your eye?


The news clip in the "Explore More Videos" section with the actual video of the concert where he was shot is sadder

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and also my wammy bar only pushes down/loosening the strings but it looked like that guy had his going both ways!

Its a floyd rose, it allows you to go bend the strings both ways unless like a Strat trem...
#11
You can make Strat trems 'float', (ie. go both ways) but say goodbye to tuning stability if you do.
Feel free to ignore my ranting.

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#12
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awsome,can u get guitars fitted with them?


yes, but expect to pay big money for it to be done