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I heard it can be done only on Floyd Rose, haven't tryed on regular though.

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Yes you need a tremolo of some sort; play a note, depress the tremolo (this will slacken the strings); catch the nearest natural harmonic, pull back on the tremolo, distortion and reverb will help you get the Dime sound.

Check out this video from the man himself

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