#1
Hey all,
As some of you may know I am currently in an acoustic group (check out my sig if you're interested). I use a lot of the more obscure techniques to create harmonics, as well as a lot of the more percussive techniques/sounds.
So, people of UG, suggest random techniques that sound awesome on the acoustic guitar! The more the merrier!
Thanks in advance,
Jonathan
My current acoustic group:

Fiftieth Parallel

Martin Guitars
Elixer Strings
Acoustic amplification
BOSS pedals

#3
Try harp harmonics, they are not easy (I can't do it yet..) but they sure sound good
#4
I don't have any thing unique to say but I do want to say you guys sound great(Fiftieth Parallel), keep it up.
#5
I YouTubed harp harmonics... Awesome! I'm gonne have to try those sometime in the very near future :P I can already do the harmonic part pretty good, just never thought to add in the other strings before.
StanleyBaby!, thanks! We don't plan on stopping any time soon!
Anyone else with some crazy, random, lesser-known acoustic guitar techniques??
My current acoustic group:

Fiftieth Parallel

Martin Guitars
Elixer Strings
Acoustic amplification
BOSS pedals