#1
so i was doing this last night (i've been doing this for awhile now actually, a couple years) where i'll hit 2 adjacent strings like the D & G strings and pinch harmonic a chord, i was wondering if anyone else does this as i've never heard or seen anyone do it and it thought "hey maybe i'm doing something thats never been done before"
it would be tabbed like this....

G--7------6-----2----
D--5------5-----3----
**PH***PH**PH

anybody else ever manage to pull this off, i really dig the way it sound w/ high chords
#2
It's been done . Heard it at least five times in the latest Nevermore album. I actually love to play those too. Especially leading into a lead.

Benny
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#4
When I first started doing pinched harmonic, I thought you had to do it that way... Good times...
Second, that is not a chord. Chords have three or more notes...
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#5
ohhhh no, we're totally not getting into this argument here, chords do not have to have more than 2 notes, 3 notes is a triad (assuming its not a powerchord, which is root, 5th, ocatve high root) an E5


A--2--
E--0--

is in fact a chord, a chord is just more than one note at a time
#6
Quote by z4twenny
ohhhh no, we're totally not getting into this argument here, chords do not have to have more than 2 notes, 3 notes is a triad (assuming its not a powerchord, which is root, 5th, ocatve high root) an E5


A--2--
E--0--

is in fact a chord, a chord is just more than one note at a time


Your right, we're not getting into this argument here:

http://www.answers.com/topic/chord-1
#7
i asked SD, CD's right, sorry for being an @$$, i got all my info from a college level music theory book and apparently not everything in it was as accurate as it should have been
#8
yea that sounds awesome. kinda gives the same aggression that hitting 2 harmonics and then whammy diving does.

definitely a cool trick