#1
any one know some uniquepon harmonics is so i could play ways to use natural or whatever you call 'em those only reason i stumble upon hamonics was so i could play emily(from first to last) which uses them.

i want to get crazy with so can you guys point some some out for me (youtube vids, bands/guitarist, your own experience).

also do these types of harmonics have any real place in faster paced rockish music.
#3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1GZC0GQKOA
this is my favorite use of harmonics out there
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#4
Well, some basic things to remember are that the 5th, 12th, and 24th fret harmonics on each strings are octaves of string they're played on, and the 7th fret hamonics are a 4th down and an octave up (idk what you would call that) from the string played. Listen to the first couple seconds of Tornado of Souls by Megadeth. It's a B5 chord, with hamonics on the 7th fret of the E string, and then a little b minor blues scale.
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#5
lets not forget artifical harmonics :P those are used in a lot of metal and rock.
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