#1
hey can someone tell me if harmonics make the same note as if it was fretted for example: 5th fret on 6th string hamonic would that be an A note if so how does this match the harmonic on the 7th fret 5th string?
Last edited by striker327 at Jul 17, 2006,
#2
harmonics on 12th frets do sound same as the fretted
harmonics on 7th frets do sound same as the fretted
harmonics on 5 sound the fifth of the fretted note [ 5th fret(A) on the low E sounds E ]
#3
No. They dont make the same note. But if used rightly, they can make a really wicked song sound cooler.

EDIT : Ooops, I thought u were talkin about pinches!
#5
Quote by striker327
so then how come a harmonic at the low E on fith fret makes an E


It makes the same note as the 19th fret.
On the 7th fret it makes the same note as the 15th.
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#6
Quote by striker327
so then how come a harmonic at the low E on fith fret makes an E


well the fifth of A is E, so the natural harmonic on A on the 5th fret of the low E will produce an E, similar to the 7th harmonic of the A string, which produces the pitch of the fretted note, E, kinda confusing with all E's and A's, but you'll get the idea