#1
How would play such harmonics and pinched harmonics from this tab from Crazy Train:


Harm.-----------------------
with bar
e---------------------------------
B------------(7)-------(7)-------
G--------7------\-----/----------
D----7-----------\---/-----------
A------------------\/-------------
E---------------------------------
there is a negative -1/2 below the big arrow that's conecting the 2 (7)'s)


And how would you play harmonics that look like this:


Harm.------------------------

e---------------------------------
B--------------------------------
G--------------------------------
D--------------------------------
A-----1.9-------------------------
E---------------1.9---------------

It says under it "Pitch: C# G#" and "*Located Between 1st and 2nd frets" (there's NO frets between 1 and 2!?)


Help would be GREATLY APPRICIEATED
#2
Play the harmonic on the fret rather than in between it.
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#4
Quote by spitfire6860
Play the harmonic on the fret rather than in between it.

No

The first one, you hit a natural harmonic on the 7th fret and divebomb it. The second one, just because there's no fret there doesn't mean there's no harmonic. Just play natural harmonic with your finger 9/10 of the way along the fret, just behind the fretwire.
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#5
Quote by steven seagull
No

The first one, you hit a natural harmonic on the 7th fret and divebomb it. The second one, just because there's no fret there doesn't mean there's no harmonic. Just play natural harmonic with your finger 9/10 of the way along the fret, just behind the fretwire.

Thanks. Last ?, do you need a FR trem to perform dive bombs?
#6
You can use a normal strat trem, just be prepared for it going completely out of tune!
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#7
Randy Rhoads bent the neck of the guitar when he recorded that solo, if I'm not mistaken. However, if you have a bar, you should just use that.
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#8
Quote by steven seagull
You can use a normal strat trem, just be prepared for it going completely out of tune!

The dive in Crazy Train isn't that extreme. It shouldn't go too out of tune.
#9
yea for the 1st you should dive bomb it if u can, i don't suggest bending the neck because...surprise! u can **** up your neck if your not sure how to do it, for the second one like steven seagull said 9/10'ths of the way from the 1st to 2nd fret, crazy train has some pretty sick harmonics, is it just me or do they sound like a train derailing just a little and skidding on the tracks? Randy was the man...
#10
I've been bending necks longer than most of you have been alive... never hurt one yet.
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#11
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I've been bending necks longer than most of you have been alive... never hurt one yet.


^^

then you my friend obviously know what you're doing. But since the guy didn't know how to get those effects i assumed he didn't know how to bend a neck, and he might take it too literally and bend the neck instead of pushing it into the body like ur supposed to, which is still a little risky
#12
^ Aye. I bend the neck on my Telecaster because it's got that thicker neck and chunky heel, but I don't do it on my Ibanez's. Neck's are too thin on those things, I can see myself damaging it :O
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