#1
I was wondering if there was a technique where you use a slide to create super high frequencies that look like they would be at about the 40th fret.you just drag your slide on the strings and it creates really high notes.
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#2
didn't u just answer ur own question?
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#3
I'm guessing the slide player is using the slide to create harmonics. Then again, the most I know about slides is that Elmore James owned it and I like listening to him.
#4
I am wondering if anyone else uses that technique.
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#5
duane allman did.

and so does derek trucks.
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#6
Thanks. Is that Duane's bird call?
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