How to Play pinch harmonics on an electric guitar
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Learning the electric guitar can be fun and rewarding, but it's difficult to know where to start. Whether you're a complete beginner or an expert looking to tighten your technique, this video tutorial on the basics is sure to help you out.
Pinch harmonics (sometimes referred to as 'pinched harmonics') are one of the most difficult techniques to master on the guitar. The problem is that, unlike a lot of other techniques where you start slowly and build up speed, until you master the techniques required to play them you won't get anything close to the right sound.
Needless to say, a lot patience is required to get pinch harmonics right. Make sure you pay attention to see how to play pinch harmonics on an electric guitar, because you'll see about setting your amp correctly, finding node points, how to hold the pick and how to strike the strings correctly.