#1
i know how to play natural harmonics on the 12, 19,7 frets. but how do you play it on
all the other frets
#2
natural harmonics dont work on all frets.....they will work on 5,7,9,12,19 frets. If you want to know the theory behind this, i think there is a video by Pick n' grin on harmonics.
#3
natural harmonics exist on the 5th, 7th, 12th, 19th, and 24th frets. otherwise, they're either between frets or are not considered "natural" harmonics.
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#5
1.8, 3 both are kinda natural harmonics.
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#6
Pinch harmonics maybe? Thats the only way i know of to do harmonics all over the fretboard.

take a look here:

http://www.cyberfret.com/techniques/harmonics/pinch/index.php

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#7
some natural harmonics are easy'er to get if you start with your tem. bent down a bit.try it on the g string 3rd fret. its a real screamer.
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#8
You can play harp harmonics on all frets, which sound like natural harmonics. You fret the note, and lightly touch the string twelve frets above. You get a harmonic an octave higher than the fretted note.

EDIT: I just thought, you can only play them on frets up to twelve less then the number on your guitar
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#9
Quote by marmoseti
You can play harp harmonics on all frets, which sound like natural harmonics. You fret the note, and lightly touch the string twelve frets above. You get a harmonic an octave higher than the fretted note.

EDIT: I just thought, you can only play them on frets up to twelve less then the number on your guitar

thats cool you can tape out chords and stuff.