#1
When I play distorted natural harmonics, two or more notes play next to each other create a "dissonance" sound, or something like that. When I listen to the song I'm playing, or watch over people do it, they don't have the problem I have.

And don't tell me to lower my distortion, thats not the solution I'm looking for.
#2
mute the harmonic you just played and then play the other harmonic, it's as simple as that
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#3
Quote by poipoi
mute the harmonic you just played and then play the other harmonic, it's as simple as that

A lot of songs I play are a little to fast for that....
#4
Practice.
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#5
Yeah its not like the string will just stop vibrating unless you mute it. Practice practice practice
#6
These threads Bother me. Oh noez!!!! Something doesn't work the way it's supposed to!!!
Guess I'll go rally the troops of UG!

Are you doing the natural harmoincs in the right spots?

Tap your finger below or above the fret to kill the sustain of the harmonic.

Roll your wrist onto the harmoniced string.
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#7
Ok everyone, well thanks for telling me. xD strange that everytime I look up a harmonic lesson video, they don't mention this stuff. xD