#2
When you pick a note and it rings out, lightly tap, using your right hand, the midpoint of the string between the fret and the bridge, this causes the two sides of the string to vibrate alternately and so produced an overtone.

Simply you just tap lightly above the fret that is 12 higher than the one you picked, so for an open string its above the twelfth fret.

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#4
Quote by Freepower
See sticky.


I also want to know this, and a better explanation for me would be nice.
I checked the sticky, didn't see any.
I guess it's in one of the two Harmonic Videos. Is it in 1 or 2?

Thanks.
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#7
Quote by Orbit91
It's on 2.


Quote by Freepower
Although obviously, you'd have to watch 1 or else you're missing out on info that makes 2 make sense.


K, thanks. Will view them next practice session.
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Guitar:
- Ibanez S670FM w/ JB
- Fender 'Lite Ash' Stratocaster
- Fender '72 Deluxe Telecaster
- Arbiter LP Jr. Doublecut
Amp:
- Laney VC15

'72 Tele Appreciation Group
RIP DIO