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Discussion in 'Steve DiGiorgio' started by Rust88, Jan 31, 2006.

  1. Rust88

    Rust88 New Metal Member

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    How Does Steve do that sound at the end of the sound it's around 3:25 it the song. I've been trying to do the same but I just Can't figure it out.
     
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    The sliding harmonic? Not easy to do w/out a fretless.
     
  3. Rust88

    Rust88 New Metal Member

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    And How The FUCK Am I SUpossed TO Do That???
     
  4. Riryoku

    Riryoku Asian Muthafukka

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    Saying "fuck" doesn't make you look any smarter.

    It's utilized on a fretless. YOU aren't able to do it on a fretted. See the logic?
     
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    I play a fretless, and I still can't figure out how to do it. I can get the harmonic to sound (obviously), but how do I slide it up?
     
  6. The Pharaoh

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    Well if you have fretless bass you should do it, it's easy all you need to know is where each tone is placed for example with standard GDAE tuning over the 7th fret on G string you'll get D tone ... (check for other tones on the net) and remember that you must touch the string directly over the fret. Ok now here is how you do it, touch the 7th fret (any string) and when you get harmonic just press it down gently and pull it down the fretboard and that should do it (it sould take only a few minutes of practise just to get the feeling for string).
     
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    Hit a natural harmonic, press down and slide. :Spin:
     
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    That completely wins. I got it in one try earlier today, although I can't get it to be real loud,
     

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