#1
Ok well I have a problem. When ever I play some guitars, mainly 22 fret guitars I can get good pinch harmonics as I know the nodes, however usually when ever I try a 24 fret guitAr the harmonic nodes is closer to the bridge. Why is that. Is it the strings? Pickups?or technique. Because I doubt it's technique be ause I'm pretty solid with pinch harmonics...

Can anyone explain?
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Ibanez S370
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Boss ME-70
Spider III 30... Yes i want a new amp, just have never got round to it....
#2
Well, the harmornics should be about at the same spots as on 22 fret guitars, but the fretboard is longer, so you might have some getting used to, to do.
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#3
I find that my Strat (21 frets) is not so easy to get pinches out on, yet on my ESP (22 frets) I can get them out on any fret, any string. It's as much to do with the pickups as anything else.
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#4
if the scale length is different then the nodes will be further apart than shorter scale guitars

It's as much to do with the pickups as anything else.


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