#1
Ever try to play on of your fav. songs and completely fsck it up!? I swear I want to throw my freain guitar into my amp... The tab is simple as hell but my damn fingers just won't move /rant.

Anyway, all the tabs for this song don't have the big pinch harmonic in the solo cause it was added later to this album's version. Anyone know what fret to play it at and how much to bend if there is one?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjDBGGkinkw
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#2
Quote by mlfarrell
The tab is simple as hell but my damn fingers just won't move /rant.


You have to stretch your fingers and warm up properly before attempting something you find difficult. Sorry, no time to watch your video.
#3
sounds like a quarter tone bend. this is one of those rare situations where i'll say "you just have to feel it" and be serious about it.
#4
Quote by z4twenny
sounds like a quarter tone bend. this is one of those rare situations where i'll say "you just have to feel it" and be serious about it.


What fret do you play the harmonic on though?
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#5
easy.

2nd fret G string. You hit the harmonic above (or almost above) the bridge pickup.

It's a prebend (halfstep) releasing down.



btw does anyone know a good sci fi/horror/thriller movie?

EDIT: I looked towards an angle to the pickup.

Here's a diagram, where the pinch harmonic is located.

|Neck pup|-------------------------------PH------|bridge pup|

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Quote by xxdarrenxx
easy.

2nd fret G string. You hit the harmonic above (or almost above) the bridge pickup.

It's a prebend (halfstep) releasing down.



btw does anyone know a good sci fi/horror/thriller movie?

EDIT: I looked towards an angle to the pickup.

Here's a diagram, where the pinch harmonic is located.

|Neck pup|-------------------------------PH------|bridge pup|


thanks man.. rescued again by you.. How can you tell this so easily haha. Also 2nd fret is octave plus fifth? I'm bad with my harmonics
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#7
Quote by mlfarrell
thanks man.. rescued again by you.. How can you tell this so easily haha. Also 2nd fret is octave plus fifth? I'm bad with my harmonics


Np

I can say in all honesty I know my guitar inside out

And I transcribed songs before I even know what tabs were.

Uhmz I'm drinking wine, I don't want to potential give bad info. IT's an A note 2 octaves higher though.
(I just started theory few months ago, so it's isn't ingrained in my primal instincts yet muahhahaha)


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#8
Actually its a pinch I forgot, so I'd have no clue to even guess. they're all just squealies to me :-)
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