Classical Harmonics (Guitar Lesson TE-011) How to play

Learn the classical techniques for making harmonics fantastic on both electric and acoustic and forms the premise for many other harmonic techniques like harp picking and tapped harmonics.Taught by Justin Sandercoe. Full support at the justinguitar web site where you will find hundreds of lessons on a wide range of subjects, and all the scales and chords that you will ever need! There is a fantastic forum too to get help, no matter what the problem. And it is all really free, no bull. No try out lessons, no memberships, no free ebook. Just tons of fantastic lessons :) To get help with this lesson (and for further info and tabs), find the Lesson ID in the video title (like ST-667 or whatever) and then look it up on the Lesson Index page of justinguitar.com www.justinguitar.com Have fun .
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Comments

  1. SHITONASTICK1100 says:

    cheers dude nice one!

  2. Luffy123z says:

    thkx

  3. vicky9833 says:

    the quality of video camera is to low plz use better den dis camera………….n u r playing to goood.

  4. arcopizzicato says:

    wooooooooow!!!!

  5. azkanan says:

    @acedrums
    I’ve got a huge red one naha :D

  6. azkanan says:

    ARE YOU A WIZARD?

  7. ilmatteo95 says:

    @secretsanny Cool, keep playing!

  8. secretsanny says:

    @ilmatteo95
    No that was the prob, I was a beginner at that time, now I can!

  9. thygro1 says:

    @sleeperfrowner im not sure if this is what you mean, but if your guitar doesn’t have 19 frets (which you would touch lightly to get the harmonic sound), you can also just imagine where the 19th fret would be if the fretboard nonstop and touch there. (this goes with nearly any fret)

  10. childsplaycalica says:

    master justin what is the meaning of AH in harmonics and how do you do that?tnx

  11. DeanBastable says:

    ~Very excellent~

  12. OfficialRobbieMason says:

    Sound like a childish Ringo Starr :)

  13. NeverEndingKarla says:

    @ilmatteo95 You are not alone lol. I dont get it either.
    

  14. NeverEndingKarla says:

    I dont get it !

  15. ilmatteo95 says:

    @secretsanny can you even do a natural harmonic?

  16. secretsanny says:

    I just don’t get it

  17. roughslidz says:

    Dude can u please post a video on how to play Default- Supposed to be on guitar…

  18. guitarist2195 says:

    @sleeperfrowner Play the B chord at the 2nd fret 5th string and make the harmonics from there. Hope this helps!

  19. sleeperfrowner says:

    what if its in the 7th fret? like using b chord? you said 12 frets higher than the original note if we’re going to do some harmonic? how can we make a harmonic on that? please answer. i just want to know

  20. speedview725 says:

    thanks buddy ! you’re really fantastic :D

  21. JaxAkaJT says:

    do i have to press hard? i touch it and no sound is heard

  22. halofreak013 says:

    are you wearing a  splint on your right middle fiddle with?

  23. joyspinjodian says:

    Just posted an original song that uses natural harmonics in some cool ways – please check it out! (“Mean it for real”). Thanks so much, I appreciate the indulgence :P 

  24. ChuckBorrisSkate says:

    2:04 hahahah I can’t stop laughing on this it sounds really amusing! JEDI MASTER hahahhaa

  25. notfriendlyyurrf says:

    Damn you, you said node now i must do physic revision

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