#2
mmmm why not play any song and add pinch harmonics to it
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#4
mama im coming home, unholy confessions, a lot of TDG stuff, try zakk wylde and jake e lee they are reknowned for their pinch harmonics
#7
Cemetry Gates by Pantera is a good pinch harmonic workout. It has the squeals in the riff, and the stratospheric harmonics at the end. Have fun.
#9
yeah, no more tears or mostly every song by ozzy with zakk wylde. welcome home is okay... oh sharp dressed man solo. or the holy diver solo. a7x got old real fast...
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^ya, and welcome home by coheed is a great song to practice them

this

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duality - Slipknot

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Quote by zakkwyldefan79
Anything Zakk Wylde - BLS, Pride & Glory and some of Ozzy's stuff.



mmm that'll only teach him how to overuse them so much it might make him impotent.
#16
i disagree, zakk wylde does use pinch harmonics in most his music if not every song but he is a good example if your trying to practice. In my opinion welcome home by coheed and cambria over do it with there intro. Possibly my favorite and the most well placed ph is in the bridge/breakdown in scream aim fire by bullet for my valentine.
#17
Killswitch Engage!

Try most of the songs on The End of Heartache album
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#18
Quote by firetothemax
Cemetry Gates by Pantera is a good pinch harmonic workout. It has the squeals in the riff, and the stratospheric harmonics at the end. Have fun.

+1 Good song for them, first one i learnt after learning pinched harmonics
#19
If you want to try something that involves fast, palm muted low E riffs that add pinch harmonics on other strings listen to Psychosocial by Slipknot. It's in Drop A but you can just go to drop D and try it. Takes a while to learn how to get your pick from the low E string to the notes you have to pinch on the D.
#20
make something your self with a pinch harm in it
A lot more funnier then learning new song just to practise it
#21
Try some ZZ Top for harmonics.

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#22
Quote by seankellyultgtr
mama im coming home, unholy confessions, a lot of TDG stuff, try zakk wylde and jake e lee they are reknowned for their pinch harmonics

I came into this thread only to count how many post will it take till someone mentions Zakk Wylde. As is turns out - 3
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#23
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Try some ZZ Top for harmonics.

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Yup La Grange is a good'un for ph
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#25
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mmm that'll only teach him how to overuse them so much it might make him impotent.


+1 haha
#26
Black Label Society - Counterfeit God
Lots of pinch harmonics.
3 Days Grace - Animal I Have Become
Actually only 1 pinch harmonic that you keep doing over and over again. *this is the song that I used to learn and practice my PH's*
Lamb of God - Laid to Rest
Those are just a few. And I know most of BLS and LOG songs have plenty of pinch harmonics.
#27
Quote by stephen_rettie
mmm that'll only teach him how to overuse them so much it might make him impotent.


It's just another technique.
Saying that he plays "too many" would be like saying that Dream Theatre's songs are too long, it just fits.


Anyhow, there is a reason that he uses them so often and that's that he's great at them and has great vibrato going on, what a lot of pinch harmon-ists don't have.

Learn "Destruction Overdrive" by Black Label Society.
Also, "Stillborn", the main riff is 100% PHs.
#28
As mentioned before in this thread, Cemetary Gates by Pantera. I'm using that song right now to practice pinch harmonics.
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No More Tears - Ozzy

EDIT: Anything with Zakk Wylde playing

Perry Mason- Ozzy.

One of my favorites.
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