#1
I've been trying all day to make a pinch harmonic, and I'm having a lot of trouble. I looked up a couple guides, tried a few times, then finally got a weird sound. I recorded it with my phone:

http://media.putfile.com/Pinch-Harmonic

Is that a pinch harmonic, or just really bad feedback? It didn't really sound like my normal feedback, so I'm not sure. Thanks for any help.
#2
yeah that sounds like a pretty good pinch.
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#4
ya its pretty decent now what you have to do is play a run and hit pinch harmonics and give it lots of vibrato.
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#6
Yup, that sounds like a pinch harmonic!
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#7
Now that I have that one down, I have on last question. That was a pinch harmonic on the 3rd fret on the g string and I picked right above the neck humbucker. If I wanted to do a pinch harmonic on a different string/fret, would I need to find another spot to pick, or will it work if I keep picking above the humbucker?
#8
It would probably work, depending what fret you are on.
#11
If you have a HH setup, in the middle or below the neck pickup is the best place to be. For a SSS setup, between the neck and middle pickups is where you should aim for.
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