#1
Ok, I can do pinch harmonics most of the time lol, sometimes they don't come out, but there's a song I'm learning that has a pinch harmonic on the 3rd fret on the Low E string, and it sounds like a Zakk Wylde(however its spelled) pinch harmonic, and I can't seem to hit it right it doesnt want to go that high pitch I did it once but that was in between over and over pinches, is there a different technique for that(Zakk Wyld pinchers)?
Gear:

Guitar: Oscar Schmidt Acoustic

Piano: Yamaha EA

Microphone: CAD U37
#2
well, for the E,A,and D strings you can use ur pinky to do a PH.

rest the pinky on the string and pick that string,,,simple as that.

to do a better PH like zakk or dime use heavier gauge strings. 9's do the job, but dont cut it.

10's to 11's are nice... 12's ...well....good luck trying to do a PH on those.
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#3
Practice...

pinch harm. are something that will become natural after playing for a while
How long have you been playing?
#4
Quote by tukk04
Practice...

pinch harm. are something that will become natural after playing for a while
How long have you been playing?


Almost 2 years
Gear:

Guitar: Oscar Schmidt Acoustic

Piano: Yamaha EA

Microphone: CAD U37
#6
Quote by Neonkovala
Almost 2 years

I've been playing over a year and a half now and i'm pretty good at hitting them.
It all depends on how much you practice and your willingness to take time and perfect the art, hope that helps

P.S. you might want to try heavier strings, I recomend DR 11-50's i love 'em and dime used them on his guitars from the CFH album till he started Damageplan