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> Amp Settings, Pinch Harmonics
post Aug 20 2009, 11:10 AM
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Hi Gabe, as I we spoke about, I have yet to master these PH you do on the low E. Your lessons are often in drop D so that makes it even tougher for me. I can get PH on the upper 4 strings and on the 5th some. But the sixth just eludes me, at least with the tone you get. Got any tips on amp settings to improve this?


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post Aug 21 2009, 07:00 AM
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Hi toroso! The pinch harmonic must be generated with you pick + finger. The things that could help you to make it sound better (once you've mastered with your pick)

  • Using the bridge pick up
  • Setting the amp with a high level of treble and distortion, drive or gain
  • Adding a strong vibrato
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