#1
I can't hit harmonics on the low E string, I'm pretty sure its due to the distortion. I've tried every possible eq set up. What is my best possible solution? New Amp head? new canbinet? pedal?
Gear:
Marshall JCM 2000 DSL 100watt
Marshall MC cabinet
Schecter C-1 FR EMG 81/85 EMG Afterburner.
#2
practice. more gain? mostly just practice and try "pinching" it harder on the low E than you would on your other strings. you'll get it.
#3
It's not your gear. It's you. Good pinch harmonics can be heard even when the guitar is unplugged; you need to work on your technique.
Speed is a by-product of shut the fuck up.
#5
Compression, overdrive, gain, 2'oclock highs.

Those will help bring the harmonic out more, but you need to have good technique in order to make them.
Different guitars have different setup. Experiment a lot and find out what works on your guitar.
#8
well my other guitar has much high action and i still can not get the harmonic on my marshall..i've played many other amps and have hit these harmonic
#9
Quote by Ion_sweetness
well my other guitar has much high action and i still can not get the harmonic on my marshall..i've played many other amps and have hit these harmonic

EQ? old tubes?
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#10
weird, the low e is the easiest for me to hit personally.

just practice alot and crank the gain
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#12
Active or passive pick-ups?
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