#1
hey,I was wondering how can I do vibrato on a feedback(i heard it on some songs )
now I don't have a trem(I have a gibson SG)...and besides the vibrato what are the ways you can control a feedback (tone and stuff like that)

TNX!!!
#2
If you're feedbacking from a fretted note, just give that note manual vibrato as you would any other note. If it's an open string, a behind-the-nut bend might work.
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#3
A vibrato bar is the best way, but you could bend the neck for a lesser effect.

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#4
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If you're feedbacking from a fretted note, just give that note manual vibrato as you would any other note. If it's an open string, a behind-the-nut bend might work.


that, and move your right hand behind the fretted note to keep the open strings from ringing, and vibrato wide and fast
#5
i think changing your angle might affect stuff
i have a 'white guitar'
#6
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that, and move your right hand behind the fretted note to keep the open strings from ringing, and vibrato wide and fast


i didn't understand that one...
what am I supposed to do with the right hand?

tnx for the help!
#7
If its a fretted note and its feedbacking, keep your left hand on the fretboard, then move your right hand to push/bend the strings behind the nut, this will change the pitch without removing your fretting hand