#2
crank your amp
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-Boss CS-3 Compression Sustainer
-Gator G-Bus 8
-Xotic BB Preamp
#3
looks like he uses some feedback to sustain it
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#4
im pretty sure you rapidly bend the string back and forth. it also makes the note sound more smooth and alive.
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#5
Or just use some right hand vibrato or whatever its called.

You sort of roll your finger really quick back and forth...
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#7
Quote by SGmaniac1021
looks like he uses some feedback to sustain it

So how would I go about achieving this?
#8
Listen to his tone, slight dirt with a compression pedal. Definitely a squashed sound (from comp pedal) with maybe some feedback.
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#9
the video just became unavailable as I was watching it

EDIT: Hmm weird sh!t now its fine again....damn youtube
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Last edited by DSOTM80 at Nov 6, 2008,
#10
Quote by cratskomodo
So how would I go about achieving this?



turn amp volume/gain UP
face amp, and get close to it. use some fast vibrato to keep it sustained.

tube amp feedback sounds way better than solid state amp feedback, and is easier to manipulate.
Last edited by strat335 at Nov 6, 2008,