#1
So I just noticed I can bend an open note up or down by holding the body of my LP and pulling or pushing the back of the neck. Is this a major problem?
#8
You can also bend open strings using the part of the string past the nut. A little more safe than bending the neck ;-)
#9
Quote by madmk
You can also bend open strings using the part of the string past the nut. A little more safe than bending the neck ;-)


Yeah, but you can only bend up that way.
#10
Quote by madmk
You can also bend open strings using the part of the string past the nut. A little more safe than bending the neck ;-)

hurts a bit more cus of the tension tho...
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#11
Quote by madmk
You can also bend open strings using the part of the string past the nut. A little more safe than bending the neck ;-)

ive snapped many a string by doing this not recommendable
#12
its commonly done, although i wouldnt suggest it, as over time, you can warp your neck.
#13
Quote by rancidryan
ive snapped many a string by doing this not recommendable

Unless you're playing things like Iron Man and need to up bend the low E
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#14
^Or perhaps if you need a country flavour without having a b-bender installed. There's no good reason why you'd snap a string by bending behind the nut.
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^Or perhaps if you need a country flavour without having a b-bender installed. There's no good reason why you'd snap a string by bending behind the nut.


+1
yeah that too, good on ya!
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