A Plethora of Creepy Sounds
From Kurt - Smashpmkns@aol.com
For a creepy sound, play the strings above the nut, and if your guitar
has a Les Paul-type bridge, you can also play behind the bridge.
For a turntable-esque screetchy sound, have lots of distortion, and turn the pick sideways, so the thin side is touching the strings, and slide it up and down.
For helicopter sounds, have a flanger with a slow, deep sweep, and put a square wave tremolo after it.
For a funky, bass-like sound, don't use a pick, and pull a coiled string away from the fretboard, then release.
For seagull sounds, plug a wah pedal in backwards (input to amp, output to guitar), and experiment with it.