#2
It's called a 'pinch' or 'pick' harmonic which is done by picking a note with putting the skin of your thumb adjacent to the pick and bending the string.
#5
yea, its a pinch harmonic which sounds like the guitarist is using a floyd or kahler trem, to do it you need to fret the note normally, (easiest is 3rd fret G string) and have your finger hit the string right after you pick it (like a millisecond). Just practice and you'll get better at it.
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Pinch harmonics are all about the way you hold the pick.
You must hold the pick while letting very little of the tip show, so that when you pluck the string, the base of your thumb will hit the string just after, making the string ring.

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Quote by Mike1109
Pinch harmonics are all about the way you hold the pick.
You must hold the pick while letting very little of the tip show, so that when you pluck the string, the base of your thumb will hit the string just after, making the string ring.



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