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Well i've been trying to learn this song, but there is an issue. How the hell do I Artifical Harmonic chords? I can pull of a single note Artifical Harmonic, But I have no idea how to make that into a chord.

Any Help?

Thanks in advance.
#2
The only artificial harmonic chord is the very, very last one. Simply barre the last 3 strings at the 9th fret and lightly barre the same strings on the 13th fret without pressing down. Then, hit all 3 strings at once or as a downward slope.
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^Those would be natural harmonics, pinch harmonics or "artificial harmonics" are completey different.

So... do you have any FATHOMABLE idea a) what you're talking about, and b) who you're saying this to?

Natural harmonics use open strings. Artificial harmonics use fretted strings. End of. The only artificial harmonics in the song AT ALL are the done the way I've mentioned them.
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The only artificial harmonic chord is the very, very last one. Simply barre the last 3 strings at the 9th fret and lightly barre the same strings on the 13th fret without pressing down. Then, hit all 3 strings at once or as a downward slope.




There is no simplicity in that chord. Well, maybe for you people with 12 inch fingers, there isn't.

But wouldn't the 2 to 6 stretch count as an artificial harmonic? I mean, its not an open string harmonic. Or I am I "playing" that note wrong?
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Yeah, that stretch is the textbook definition of an arificial harmonic, and the last harmonic is the same thing. Kinda makes me wonder what the threadstarter is talking about.

I just played the whole thing, just right now, and the only artificial harmonics are the 2->6 and the 9->13 thing.
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He's asking about the 9->13chord. Which would be the last artificial harmonics.

I just realized that the dude who said that they were natural, not artificial, was not the threadstarter. I assumed he was!
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#11
You simply have to barre both the 9th frets and the 13th fret harmonic nodes, by really practising streching and quickly getting the finger off the 13th fret.

You could do it by tapped harmonics, but it just doesn't sound right.

However, no matter what, I can never get the 2(6) harmonic stretch, so I just doa pinch harmonic with my thumb as a node just in front of my neck pickup, and then hit the following low E with a back sweep from the thumb. Sounds almost identical, but sadly, my hands are too puny and lack the pure awesomness required to pull it off properly .
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