#1
Is it possible to create pinch harmonics with a clean tone? Or do I need some kind of distortion?
#2
distortion and high gain tone makes it more audible and easier to hear, you can pinch harmonics on clean you just can't hear them as well
#5
You don't need gain to do a pich harmonic. It's possible to do it on a clean tone, or an acoustic guitar. Gain just magnifies the sound of the harmonic.
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#6
Quote by Kai-7
You don't need gain to do a pich harmonic. It's possible to do it on a clean tone, or an acoustic guitar. Gain just magnifies the sound of the harmonic.


pretty much what was said then
#9
Yes, but it won't stand out as it should, so, there's no point doing it IMO.
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#10
Quote by Irontallica09
distortion and high gain tone makes it more audible and easier to hear, you can pinch harmonics on clean you just can't hear them as well


Plus it requires better technique. Like tapping, you can clean or on an acoustic guitar but you need better technique for it to sound good.
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