On Oct 12, 11:08 pm, persistent_offen...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Try using a really exaggerated cello vibrato (Clapton does it) where
you don't stretch the string across the fingerboard but merely vibrate
between the strings. In theory it shouldn't work because of the frets,
but it does. It's not easy.
What you're doing is alternately stretching and squeezing the
vibrating portion of the string (in tiny amounts). I find it easier to
do with bigger frets, although maybe that's because you're increasing
the upward movement (in pitch) by being able to press down as well.
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