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Scary Vibrato! – Using Neck Vibrato

I have a lot of people ask if I am ruining my guitar when I play live because of this technique. For me It is also a great addition to add life to sustained chords that everybody should be aware of.

I have never had issues with the neck of my guitars and I have also never heard of anybody having issues, and since it is such a nice chorus effect to add to the music when you feel like it then I thought I’d make a video on it.

This is not a technique that I invented. I picked it up from Bill Frisell and Scofield, but you’ll also see Ted Greene do it often.

For this topic there isn’t much point in making a long article describing how to do this. You are better of just checking out the video!

I hope you can use the lesson to get started using this vibrato technique. It’s a very lush effect that works so well to add some life to the sustained chords in a chord melody like I do in the intro of the video.

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