#1
im trying to play a song that has tap harmonics (i think thats what they're called ). anyways, i play the seventh fret on the g string and tap the harmonic on the 19th then 14th then 12th. The problem is after I play the 19th, the sound basically runs out. sometimes i go faster and can play the 19th and the 14th but i cant sustain the not long enough. Is that fixable by just playing louder, or is there a certain tequnique?
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#3
I find that tapping the note harder works better, but you need more precision for it. Just have to work on that though.
#4
for tap harmonics, make sure you're actually tapping the metal part of the fret and not the finger board in between it
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#5
Use the bridge pickup, and if you have a wah, using that in the treble position adds a treble boost that helps harmonics come out.
#6
Miiiiks and Nazo64 together have a perfect answer....

hit the fret itself, not between them, and make sure you make it hard, fast and accurate... I find that using the side of my pick for it works well, anyways good luck!
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