#1
I know that regular harmonics can only be played on certain frets, however does this rule apply to pinch harmonics also?
#2
No, a pinch harmonic can be played on any fret you like. However, it is easier to do pinch harmonics on the thicker strings than the thinner strings, because there is more string to pinch. Some people (like myself) sometimes find it difficult to do a pinch harmonic on the 1st string, however, no problem doing one on the 4th string.
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#4
It doesn't matter where but the sound will change depending on which part of the string you pinch it at. Try experimenting to get the sound you want.
#5
any fret any string. some might be harder though. just angle your pick down, hit hard, and put some thumb into it. from there, practice
#7
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Let the master of pinch harmonics give you a lesson...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bmou13DGyk

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How does that have anything to do with pinch harmonics? Those are harmonic squeals which is completely different.
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How does that have anything to do with pinch harmonics? Those are harmonic squeals which is completely different.


Point taken...thanks!

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#12
and basically a pinch harmonic

is the same as a regular harmonic but the touching of the 12 fret or 15th

happens the moment you hit the string that may sound confusing if your this inexperienced

but it isnt