#2
Pick a note at some fret, then very slightly touch the string 12 frets above and you'll create a harmonic. The fretboard is full of harmonics, you just have to find them.
#3
What's happening in the video is feedback, not a harmonic.
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#4
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What's happening in the video is feedback, not a harmonic.

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#5
That's feedback alright, however you could try tapping the 12th fret above the one you're playing. Won't exactly sound the same though.