#1
Okay, so i know my harmonics, like on frets 12,9,7,5,3,etc. but I was learning a song and they do Harmonics on the 13th fret. So, my question is, how do you do harmonics on frets that aren't 12,9,7 or 5?
#2
artifical (pinch harmonics) is one way also, it is possible (but very very hard) to do natural hamronics on other frets take the blurry song for example
#3
you probably have to fret the first fret and tap harmonic the 13th fret


EDIT: maybe its called a touch harmonic? idk just a normal artificial harmonic that you do with one of your fingers after said first fret note is played.
Last edited by hmblm12 at May 15, 2008,
#5
natural harmonics can be achieved at a lot of locations on the fretboard(and even in between frets) with the right touch.... it's just that 7, 5, 12, 17 and 19 are the strongest... and at some frets they're so dead they can hardly be used musically..
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