#1
hey,
i've had trouble with the riff for this song namely the second aritificial harmonic on the d string, 1st fret (as guitar pro shows). I can get the 3rd fret harmonic perfectly but no harmonics at all on the 1st, any help on this please?
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#2
Is your bridge set-up properly?
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Is your bridge set-up properly?

yeah about 6 months ago i had my licensed floyd rose bridge balanced, strings changed, intonation set, truss rod adjusted and all that
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#4
Move where you're picking the AH.

Different Harmonics and string lengths (ie, frets held) means the nodes will be in different places.
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Move where you're picking the AH.

Different Harmonics and string lengths (ie, frets held) means the nodes will be in different places.

I'll try so, Its very hit and miss.
Does this apply to all harmonics? because i thought it only did so to pinch
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A pinch harmonic is an artificial harmonic, done further up the neck (so at a different node).

And obviously it's done with a pinch movement, not a tap
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A pinch harmonic is an artificial harmonic, done further up the neck (so at a different node).

And obviously it's done with a pinch movement, not a tap

Hmm I didn't know that.. I thought the difference between an AH and PH is that in a PH you use your thumb to brush the string after enabling you to vibrato the harmonic so it oscilates whereas an AH you don't so the frequency stays the same..
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#8
An artificial harmonic is just a harmonic that can be created when you're holding a fret: ie, not created on an open string.
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#9
Have you tried dropping the bar, picking the natural harmonic at that fret, and then using the bar to oscillate the tone like vibrato?