#1
May be a stupid question, I dunno, but most of the time I do anything with the whammy bar during a squeal the note dies really early. Any suggestions on how to make this not happen?
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#3
don't do it so subtly.
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#4
if you dive the string will either lose tension and stop or it will hit the fret board and stop, bending up slowly may kill it like said before, do it fast
#5
Reduce whammy use or watch out as above user said, it can make it lose tension, and the note will ring shorter, touch the fretboard and explode.
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