#1
What is vibrato, and how do i do it?

Also what are some songs easy songs that i can learn that have vibrato in them?
#2
used for mantaining vibration of strings, and to make the frequency of the note oscilate a lil' bit so it doesn't sound the same all long while you hold the same note.
most songs wich have a decent vibrato have a long and hard to do vibrato, can't help you by myself
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#3
Vibrato is a rapid raising and lowering of a pitch so it sounds like the note is vibrating. It can be achieved by bending a string slightly and immediately releasing it. Also, a tremolo bar (wrongly named) is actually a vibrato bar, because it lowers and raises the pitch. Tremolo is a change and unchange in volume. I think that's right.
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#4
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Vibrato is a rapid raising and lowering of a pitch so it sounds like the note is vibrating. It can be achieved by bending a string slightly and immediately releasing it. Also, a tremolo bar (wrongly named) is actually a vibrato bar, because it lowers and raises the pitch. Tremolo is a change and unchange in volume. I think that's right.

yea, you're right... you can also make vibrato by moving your finger left-right, like violin players. it's more subtle.
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#5
Loads of songs have vibrato. Like, any song with any lead will almost certainly have some.
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#6
I really shouldn't suggest a song not knowing your musical preferences, but the song I'm working on that has some vibrato in it's solo is Paranoid. It has some right at the begining of the solo... short, but should help you. Though, that MAY be a bit much for you as I have no clue of your current skill base.
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#7
on classical guitars, you would perform a vibrato by rapidly moving your finger on one of the frets horizontally, on electrics, they are performed like bends; the fretted string is rapidly moved vertically (up and down) search google videos or youtube for videos of it being performed