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Bend slightly flat, then when you apply some vibrato you'll sound better than bending exactly to pitch and the adding vibrato.
So instead of going slightly sharp (which usually sounds worse than slightly flat) when you add the vibrato, you'll add enough to get exactly to pitch. (Hopefully that made some sense).
Or use a floyd
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thisisguitar;95728" said:@EricTheWeary"These kind of bends are easier to hear your intonation than practising bending a single string and the same applies if you apply vibrato."This does assume a fixed bridge though!
I can't seem to get it quick enough to get a suitable 'wibble'. At the moment it sounds like a frantic amount of bends in a row, some sharp and some flat!