Beautiful Muris - as well as very practical! Grabbing my whammy right away
Great lesson Muris! And nice to see your custom back in the lessons How about a follow-up lesson/lessons with natural harmonics at other frets, such as 4th and 9th as you mentioned, and what notes they produce?
Great stuff Muris, quality solo as always man.
Great solo and lesson!
Dexxter, I planed another lesson of this kind already,
to cover other frets as well.
Very interesting and your explanation is in itself leads to a whole new set of options - thank you very much.
This is an amaizing tune! Too bad that it's short, I'd love to hear it as a full composition
Harmonics are perfect for this "floaty" kind of solo! Thanks man
New great lesson Muris! Excellent
Great! Do I dare to hope for a kind of IA Eklundh style natural harmonic lesson? Cause that would ROCK!
Hmm, that might be a problem
cause I don't have floating bridge,
I can only do dive bombs and such.
But will think of something!
How about your JEM? Anyway, thanks for considering my request, looking forward to the following lesson!
First rating comes from me, so I will go with that, "cool and instructional".
Great lesson as alway Muris.
Shows what a great guitarist you're really are to do a technically 'basic' solo for us mortals yet it sounds amazing and fresh
plus its a gr8 backing track to jam along to
that was a great solo....just beautiful!
Awesome lesson Muris, ending was perfect !
Appreciate it guys!
Absolutely beautiful Muris!
Cool job Muris! The only thing... isn't lvl 3 a litle underrated?
Very nice work Muris,very very useful!!
Kaznie, level 3 is approx as always,
someone might find it 2 or 7, depends.
Really cool lesson Muris!
Awesome lesson Muris! Harmonics are very useful for solos!
Beautiful! Gotta love harmonics
well done bro, this harmonic thing always sounds cool
I feel level 3 is a bit underrated as well, but it's all relative of course.
nice lesson Muris ^^
Great lesson and a great composition Muris!!!
Tasty soloing Muris!
Awesome lesson Muris!
Hello Muris, thanks a lot for this lesson, very helpful!
I really need to know about other frets! Anything recorded yet?
you´re a serious guitar man dude!! congratulations, this was a great piece of work!!
We are all pretty much aware of what natural harmonics are
and how to produce them but lets try to throw them
in a solo as a substitution for real notes.
Natural harmonics are also very cool if you are looking
for better sustain cause most likely they gonna ring
just as open string, at least some of them.
Here we are gonna play harmonics on 5th, 7th and 12th fret
with one extra harmonic on 19th fret which produces
the same note/octave as the one on 7th fret.
So first off all lets see what kind of notes and octaves
we get on each of these frets.
12th fret is easier since we get the same note and octave
as we would get if we just fretted.
7th fret gives us same notes as fretted on 7th fret
but one octave higher so it sounds like fretted 19th fret.
And 5th fret is an exception here, it does not produce
the note nor octave like if we just fretted
but instead we get sound just like fretted 24th fret
or 12th harmonics but one octave higher.
Key is Em cause all these harmonics fit just nicely
into Em or Gm key, however you can use them in few more
keys, specially if you add harmonics on 4th and 9th fret
per example to get more notes with sharps/flats
but we'll leave that aside for now.
Tempo is 100bmp and I used Guitar Rig 3 for my sound,
let me know if you would like this preset/bank
and I would post it for you.
Happy practicing! :)