#1
Natural Harmonics is the technique where you touch a certain area on a string then hit that string, but, those are specific areas on the string and they produce a specific note, depending on the tuning of the string, and they are as follows.

The bars indicate fret bars and the lines indicate the string, the areas marked with a red spot are the areas to be touched lightly and above them are the interval names (learn the theory) of the note that will be produced.
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Last edited by domenic_665 at Mar 7, 2008,
#2
should there be a picture with this ?
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#5
sweet, something like this is always useful, thanks
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#6
I want this one to be on the main site, and I'm quite unsure of how I'm going to post this there using pure text, and without a picture, so how do I ensure that the map would appear as I desired.
#7
Main site? Nah, it's not a proper lesson. It's far too short, and it's just basically a map showing the positions on the fretboard that NHs can be played.
#8
Probably, you're right. Now, I just want this to be read by as many people as possible.
#9
The bottom part of the picture is off by one fret, I'm sure...
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The bottom part of the picture is off by one fret, I'm sure...

Good call.
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