#1
I just bought my new Monterey MGB 3BK "warlock looking" guitar and i cant do pinch harmonics on it , And i dont know why ( and its not me or my amp) and suggestions on how to get a good pinch harmonic out of this beast???
#2
Could you do them on your old guitar?

Maybe this one has a different scale length, so the harmonic nodes are located in different places?

Maybe (just MAYBE) it's not got very good pickups, so it doesn't bring the harmonics out.
#3
Whack up the gain a bit. Always helps.
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#4
Yeah i could do them on my old guitar , but its got 2 humbucker pickups , cant see how its doing it , but looks like i'm going to be pinch harmonicness... =(
#5
And my gain kicks ass , I got a Marshall 50watt DFX Amp , it cost me $700 I'm telling you its not the amp! =P
#9
pup = pickup dude.

Its jus getting used to a different guitar. I went from nailing them on my 2nd guitar, to when i got my 3rd, i couldn't hit any!

They will be in different places on the string. It jus takes time, it's like learning them again.
#10
Perhaps it's just because you're not use to your new guitar yet. I had to get used to my new one, I can do pinch harmonics unplugged. Make sure you don't pinch above the pickup you're using either, otherwise the pickup won't notice any string vibrating because of the node.