Janet Robin & Taylor #9: Harmonics for Acoustic Guitar
This acoustic guitar series of mini-lessons is perfect for the beginner, intermediate, and even advanced acoustic guitarist. With lots of lessons to choose from, you can learn a series of fingerpicking patterns to either start you out on a technique or add a new pattern you may not know. You will also learn some super cool percussive styles and alternate tunings, along with some very important tips and tricks. All of these different techniques will be sure to inspire you as a beginner or step up your acoustic guitar playing to the next level.
Harmonics are what you call amplified overtones on each string, caused by the vibration of the fret bar and your finger placement. They are the high pitched note above the fingered note and are useful in unique ways. In this lesson I'll show you where the best harmonics are located, how to do them and how to use them.
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