#1
How do you bend the neck? I've heard it(Sweet Child O' Mine ending) and seen it in tabs, but how do you do it? Could anyone help?
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#2
you push the neck towards you, and push away the guitar's body. BUUUUT it may help to warp your neck, and maybe break it. Use a tremolo
#4
Or you can detune the E string and then tune it back up, or if you want to do the neck bend, don't do it too hard, you'll end up snapping the neck
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Epiphone Les Paul 100
Behringer Ultra METAL UM300 Distortion Pedal
Livingstone 50W amp
Native Instruments Guitar Rig 3
#5
That may be a bit easier, however, I tried the first way, and I'm still not getting much, if anything, out of it. Do I need any special amp settings, or am I not pushing hard enough?
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#6
Quote by black amendment
That may be a bit easier, however, I tried the first way, and I'm still not getting much, if anything, out of it. Do I need any special amp settings, or am I not pushing hard enough?


What is your neck? Bolt-On or Set-Neck? It is easier to do it on a Bolt-ON rather than a set, or neck-thru
Gear
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Epiphone Les Paul 100
Behringer Ultra METAL UM300 Distortion Pedal
Livingstone 50W amp
Native Instruments Guitar Rig 3
#7
I honestly have no clue what neck it is. I play a Gibson SG if that helps at all. Its faded, not all plastic like.
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#8
Quote by black amendment
I honestly have no clue what neck it is. I play a Gibson SG if that helps at all. Its faded, not all plastic like.


Gibson SG? So It's most likely to be a set-neck. Neck bending is probably harder to do on it rather than a bolt-on. I'd rather go and Detune the E string than try neck bending, as this will slowly crack the wood and the neck will snap
Gear
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Epiphone Les Paul 100
Behringer Ultra METAL UM300 Distortion Pedal
Livingstone 50W amp
Native Instruments Guitar Rig 3