#1
whenever i play the B string or B note on the G string then the low e string will produce a sound similar to the guitar harmonics... why is that?
#2
because the wood of your guitar tends to vibrate. its a natural occurence, just learn to mute the strings youre not playing either with your picking hand or with your fretting hand when possible.
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#3
Quote by TK1
because the wood of your guitar tends to vibrate. its a natural occurence, just learn to mute the strings youre not playing either with your picking hand or with your fretting hand when possible.


+1

Learn how to mute strings while you play. It'll help you sound better.
#4
Quote by TK1
because the wood of your guitar tends to vibrate. its a natural occurence, just learn to mute the strings youre not playing either with your picking hand or with your fretting hand when possible.

+1
#5
It's called resonance. Trying not to too much into the physics here. The frequency of the B string's vibration is related to that of the E string. The vibrations of the B string case a certain harmonic of the E string to be sounded, exactly the same way as if you played a natural harmonic on the seventh fret.

As has been pointed out, muting the strings you're not playing is a worthwhile technique to learn.