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  1. walter19882003

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    or vibrato, any tips on how to do it, heres what i do now :

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dOpyBXPrJY

    any tips on what i should be doing, i find vibratto while bending is really hard how do you do it?

    instructional videos would be appreciated

    tar ducks ;D
     
  2. timmywear

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    i think it's just about experience and getting the hang of it
     
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    experience
     
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    by the way that guy in the video is doing spanish/classical style vibrato. If you try that type ov vibrato while bending it will be more difficult.
     
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    [quote author=SG dan link=topic=11985.msg155949#msg155949 date=1168555951]
    by the way that guy in the video is doing spanish/classical style vibrato. If you try that type ov vibrato while bending it will be more difficult.
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    Yea, its pretty much next to impossible to do that while bending notes. When you're bending a note to put vibrato on it, bend it sharp and flat quickly.
     
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    its not as hard as it looks but to make it work smooth like that it takes time and feel.he has lots of feel and those p90,s just ad to it,nice work,

    if you want three cool but totally different type of wobbling listen to Zake Wild,Angus Young has a neat vibrato style as well as Ted Nugent, if you ever hear the Little miss dangerous album its wicked for pig squeals and vibrato.Ted's you I picked it up form the most, and of course Tony Iommie and Hendrix.
     
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    oh ya the easyest way to get it smooth is to leave your wrist slack and move you finger like your scratching your ear.lol
     
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    Incedentally guys, I think Walter, the original poster, is the guy in the video.
     
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    yeh it is me, i wondered what other types of vibratto there are, and how you do them...


    so im doing a classical vibratto?

    thanks for the info about how to vibratto while bending - bend sharp then flat has helped i thought youd have to bend while doing the classic vibratto, pretty much inpossible to me lol

    so its pretty much practice doing this sharp-flat quickly is there a name for this?
     
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    [quote author=Zeppelin Rules link=topic=11985.msg156809#msg156809 date=1168828189]
    Incedentally guys, I think Walter, the original poster, is the guy in the video.
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    it is
     
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    [quote author=walter19882003 link=topic=11985.msg156867#msg156867 date=1168861580]
    yeh it is me, i wondered what other types of vibratto there are, and how you do them...


    so im doing a classical vibratto?

    thanks for the info about how to vibratto while bending - bend sharp then flat has helped i thought youd have to bend while doing the classic vibratto, pretty much inpossible to me lol

    so its pretty much practice doing this sharp-flat quickly is there a name for this?
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    Not that I know of, but don't let that stop you.
     
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    lol
    i like his view on kirk
     
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    I love that guy hes funny as hell did you see his Fed durst solo?long to watch but I split a gut.lol.

    he has good vibrato style.Gorge Lunch is another speed demon who can pull off some wicked chops and licks,another trick I use when doing that style of vibrato is to do a pinch harmonic then lightly tap the stings on the last wave of the vibrato .It should sound like sonar bleeps.lol :coolsmiley:
     

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