#1
rest you finger on the E and A string but dont apply any pressure to the frets

why is it only the 1st 12th and 11th frets give you a sound thats isnt a natural harmonicy thing
#2
You can get natural harmonics on the 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th, and 12th frets (including their octave counterparts).

The reason has to do with the frequency of the string vibration. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5j2AxGGmT-g


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#3
put your finger on the 1st fret of the A and E strings and play it but dont hold down the fret
#5
I think you're doing missing the harmonics thing, and what you're referring to is simply the *thump* of those two strings because they're thicker and thus create more sound, even when you mute them as you said.
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#10
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i sure that the 4th fret gives you a natural harmonic too
well it does for me anyhoo

Same as the ninth I believe.
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