#1
On a guitar, how do you make it sound like a horse whinneying? I know you use the whammy bar, but I don't know what exactly to do.

If you have never heard this, a good example of it is in the song Nemesis by Arch Enemy.
#5
play around with them all, go mad, have fun. guitar isnt supposed to be a research subject!
#7
i think you're actually supposed to make a pinch harmonic, push the bar down, and let it go, so it vibrates up and down.
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#8
I'm not sure if this is right, but I thought it was pinch harmonic, push down on the whammy bar to heighten the note, then you release it and push the other way slowly to lower the note.
#9
... Pushing down on the bar lowers the pitch, unless you're doing it the Dime way and have the whammy bar facing the rear of the guitar.
#11
I thought for Dimebags sound it was a natural harmonic and lift the bar up (or have the bar reversed and push it down)

Alternatively you could pinch harmonic it push the bar down then raise it up
#12
Dimebag woud flick the string he wanted then dive down on the bar, then get the natural harmonic, then pull up and go a bit wild. It's really easy with practice.
#13
yea theres videos on youtube illustrating how dimebag does it. bad horsie is a great example too. just have fun with your whammy.
#14
If you want to have control over the squeal, you use you whammy bar. Find a good natural harmonic on one of the last 3 strings and as soon as you hear that squeal go wild on the bar. Thats how I do it, but there are probably others who cant do and explain it a lot better.