#1
Hey. So I was checking out Jame Edwards' guitar arrangment "Clair de Luna" by Debussy, very sloppily reading through the music when i came across this



How exactly am I supposed to play an artificial harmonic with my index and ring fingers (that's the way I do it) AND simultaneously play a normal note underneath that? Any ideas?

Thanks
#3
Tap the harmonic with your index finger on your right hand, while plucking the string below with your thumb?
Or if it's meant to be a pinch, pluck the regular note with your pinky closer to the bridge?

That's how i'd do it at least

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#4
Don't use a pick, it's meant to be finger picked...you can easily do pinchs while plucking with one finger and having the string hit the nail of another finger
#5
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You pluck the normal note with your thumb?


WHY DIDN'T I THINK OF THAT???!!!
it's been a long day...
thanks guys

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Don't use a pick, it's meant to be finger picked...you can easily do pinchs while plucking with one finger and having the string hit the nail of another finger


way ahead on you on that one bro. grade 7 classical guitar student here.
#6
no problem...its our job to keep this worlds llamas on the straight and narrow. can you pinch harmonics with a hoof?