#1
I know what a dive bomb is. But on Atreyu's Doomsday beginging solo it says horse dive So what the hell?
#3
you strap a horse to your back and jump in a body of water.
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you strap a horse to your back and jump in a body of water.


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#5
I assume that means quickly shaking the whammy bar so it sounds like a horse "whinnying", you couldnt figure that by listening to the track? IDK why you would really want to learn any of atreyu's new stuff, WHAT A SHAME!!!
#6
I'm guessing it's when you jiggle the trem up and down while doing a dive bomb, making a sound similar to a horse. I really have no idea though.

My idea would go something like this (if pitches were measured from 1 to 10, 1 being low and 10 being high):
10-8-9-7-8-6-7-5-6-4-5-3-4-2-3-1

^That may be confusing :/
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you strap a horse to your back and jump in a body of water.


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#8
LOL funny post! And it's really random that I was looking at that exact tab two minutes ago, and just to make sure that's what a horse dive was I searched for it and this came up.. like from an hour ago. Nice. Anyways.. LOL @ Chickenfrmheck
#9
You can also achieve a horse sound using the pick to scratch up and down the g-e strings starting way up near your back pickup and sliding down. Not as cool as using the trem though. Check out Steve Vai's Bad Horsie for lots of equine goodness.
#11
look at kristofer dahl's whammy bar harmonics in ug.tv, its all about sounding like a horse
#12
no here is the proper horsie dive done by the latest and the greatest

http://youtube.com/watch?v=6TpYcA9bSaU
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Quote by Chickenfrmheck
you strap a horse to your back and jump in a body of water.


wouldn't it make more sense to actually get on the horse's back?

i mean,

anyway, i'm not familiar with the song, but my guess is vibrato with the bar as well as diving to make a whinnying sound.
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