#1
Just wondering what the heck that is..

Dazed And Confused Tab by Led Zeppelin, www.Ultimate-Guitar.Com

Writen by Eulogy : Ultimal@Hotmail.com

Dec. 27th 2004

Key :
* = Natural Harmonic
~ = Vibrato
br = Bend and release to original note
. = Palm Mute
h = Hammer-on
p = Pull-off


Intro * * * * *
e|-------12---------------|------5-----------------|
B|----12------------------|----5-------------------|
G|------------------------|-----------12~----------|
D|------------------------|------------------------|
A|------------------------|------------------------|
E|------------------------|------------------------|

* * * * * *
e|-------12---------------|------5-----------------|
B|----12------------------|----5---5---------------|
G|------------------------|----------5~------------|
D|------------------------|------------------------|
A|------------------------|------------------------|
E|------------------------|------------------------|

*
e|------------------------|------------------------|
B|-12----------12---------|------------------------|
G|-12----------12---------|------------------------|
D|------------------------|------------------------|
A|------------------------|------------------------|
E|------------------------|------------------------|

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/l/led_zeppelin/dazed_and_confused_ver5_tab.htm
#2
put your pointer(or any finger) from your left hand (assuming you're a righty) over the string on the 12th fret without pushing it down all the way and pick it, it should ring out a harmonic.
i used to be a mod, then i took an arrow in the knee.
#3
yeah. just lightly touch the string on the bottom fretwire of the fret that the tab says. it'll make a ringing noise.
#4
Just lightly touch the high E string right over the 12th fret metal strip, pick the string and immediately after remove ur finger from the E string. You should hear the harmonic sound.
This will work on any string and on some other frets too, like 7th, 9th, etc.
#5
This will actually work in an infinitesimal amount of places on the fretboard, however, getting the exact location of said harmonic becomes more difficult the more precise you go.

If you found the midpoint of the string, it would be, as said, right over the 12 fret. The fret itself. Now. Find the midpoint between the 12th fret and the headstock. Find the midpoint between THERE and the headstock. This keeps working (but quickly becomes difficult) because of how the string vibrates, IE in two half waves, three 3rd waves, four quarter waves, etc.

It's not a particularly difficult skill to get down, though, especially since it's fairly seldomly used in difficult ways.
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#6
Natural harmonic is unfretted open string at any nodal point [-3, +3, 5 ,7, 9, 12, etc]
Artificial harmonic is nodal point on a fretted string [same sequence above the fretted note].
#7
Quote by AnOblivion
This will actually work in an infinitesimal amount of places on the fretboard, however, getting the exact location of said harmonic becomes more difficult the more precise you go.

If you found the midpoint of the string, it would be, as said, right over the 12 fret. The fret itself. Now. Find the midpoint between the 12th fret and the headstock. Find the midpoint between THERE and the headstock. This keeps working (but quickly becomes difficult) because of how the string vibrates, IE in two half waves, three 3rd waves, four quarter waves, etc.

It's not a particularly difficult skill to get down, though, especially since it's fairly seldomly used in difficult ways.


you are absolutely right (if you know physics you can explain this)

But on bass there are actually a lot of difficult songs with it John Myung's harmonic exercise, Jaco's portrait of tracy
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