#1
Hey pit, i have a question that has a been lingering in my head for months now, and i have yet to ask it, so here it goes...

scenerio:

You have a crunching bass or rythym guitar riff coming into a song, and outta nowhere, you hear a note getting progressively louder...

take for instance:

Killing in the Name intro, bass is playing and you hear that faint note in the back..

Slither solo, Slash has harmonics that get progressively louder..

well i hope by now you get what i am saying, and you know how to do them, because i am having the hardest time figuring them out...

and thats where you come in!

HELP!
#4
hahaha long drawn out question deliruimbassist i think has answered it
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#5
play the note with volume on 0, then slowly increase

dont know if its right but when doing that i like to press harder down on the string while vibrating, seems to give more sustain or something besides a nice effect
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#6
well do to the long sustain of the notes, i figured theyre was some kind of technique to doing it, smart ass...
#7
volume knob + pinky
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#8
Quote by Lead_for_life
well do to the long sustain of the notes, i figured theyre was some kind of technique to doing it, smart ass...


No. There is no "special technique"... dumbass. Jesus Christ, do you try and insult everyone who gives you an actual answer?
#9
Quote by Deliriumbassist
No. There is no "special technique"... dumbass.



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#10
Quote by Deliriumbassist
No. There is no "special technique"... dumbass.


i wasn't directing that towards you... but i give you alot of thanks, for showing the world your stupidity, and saving my time!
#11
A volume pedal might be easier to use rather than a volume knob, b/c unless you have a Strat, volume swells arent too incredibly easy to do.
#12
Quote by Lead_for_life
i wasn't directing that towards you... but i give you alot of thanks, for showing the world your stupidity, and saving my time!


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#16
On acoustic you can strum gently and begin strumming louder and louder.

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#17
Quote by qotsa1998
A volume pedal might be easier to use rather than a volume knob, b/c unless you have a Strat, volume swells arent too incredibly easy to do.



Thank you for giving me an honest, logical answer, without being a douchebag...
you sir, are my hero...
#19
Quote by Deliriumbassist
You're the one who couldn't work out what your knob is used for.


Fixed.
#20
Quote by qotsa1998
A volume pedal might be easier to use rather than a volume knob, b/c unless you have a Strat, volume swells arent too incredibly easy to do.


I find it quite easy to do on my bass. Does require to do some cross hand malarkey, but nothing too strenuous.
#21
use the master volume knob on the guitar
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#22
Quote by Lead_for_life
i wasn't directing that towards you... but i give you alot of thanks, for showing the world your stupidity, and saving my time!


DB is perhaps one of the most helpful people on this site.

so with no due respect, stfu noob