#1
if you did a pinch harmonic on (say) an E note, does it ring a different note or it is still an E but at a higher octave? if so ... how many octaves higher?
#2
I think it depends on where your hand is positioned when you hit the pinch harmonic. Different positions will provide different harmonics, just like some won't produce one at all.
#4
Quote by remarusa
say you hit a pinch harmonic on the B string at the 5th fret.



It also depends where your right hand is.

I'm not that consistent in where I hit pinch harmonics, and they sound different.

Try going up and down doing pinch harmonics on your right hand, and you'll see what I mean.
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#5
It's all there in the section headed "nodes".
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