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gshredder2112  
20 Jun 2011 13:07 | Quote
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Hello all,Ive been getting into some multiple guitar simulation,So far im able to do fingerstyle bass,rhythm and melody.But i want to add percussion and maybe a chordal accompaniment.Any tips on this?

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Reinhardt  
20 Jun 2011 14:32 | Quote
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check out Andy mckee and other people in that similar style.
gshredder2112  
20 Jun 2011 14:51 | Quote
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Im thinking more of a jazz style like pat metheny,or jody fisher.When i say percussion,i dont mean slapping my guitar,i mean like palm.muting,and fret-hand muting thrown outtanowhere.possibly harp- harmonics,like.this vid.

neomass1  
20 Jun 2011 15:54 | Quote
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WOW I love how he does that four finger harmonic picking.
gshredder2112  
20 Jun 2011 17:21 | Quote
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I can do two finger harp-harmonics,but that dude is a theorectical harmoni monster.
matt8675  
20 Jun 2011 20:08 | Quote
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97czMjuAnSA must see!
Guitarslinger124  
21 Jun 2011 02:40 | Quote
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Something I like to experiment with, is eight finger tapping. Harp harmonics, like you suggested, is another awesome technique to try and master. As far as fret and pick hand muting, in my opinion, you just gotta feel those.

Rock on!
V3N0M3333  
21 Jun 2011 02:54 | Quote
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i have no idea how to do harp harmonics on electric guitar.

btw im a distortion freak so maybe thats the problem
Guitarslinger124  
21 Jun 2011 04:08 | Quote
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V3N0M3333 says:
i have no idea how to do harp harmonics on electric guitar.

btw im a distortion freak so maybe thats the problem


Me too man, me too. I love distortion.

Anyhow, to perform a pinch harmonic, or so I was taught...

You know how to do natural harmonics I am assuming...?

So, for example... Fret a C on the 5th string (that would be the 3rd fret on the "A" string) with your fretting hand. Now this is where it gets tricky. Hold your pick with your middle finger and thumb whilst placing the tip of your index finger (of your picking hand) over the 15th fret of the 5th string (like you would if you were playing natural harmonics on the 12th fret). Now pluck the string. The resulting sound, if played correctly, will be a harp harmonic.

Of course you can play them with or without a pick and I am sure there are other techniques. But that is what works for me. It just takes pratice and steady hands.

Rock on!
Reinhardt  
21 Jun 2011 06:16 | Quote
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His guitar is missing something :D
gshredder2112  
21 Jun 2011 11:39 | Quote
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ME PLAYING IT! XD
Reinhardt  
21 Jun 2011 15:51 | Quote
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haha no, his missing the top 0_o
gshredder2112  
21 Jun 2011 16:53 | Quote
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Haha yeah i noticed,Sinilar to an allan holdsworth model.


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