In this third installment of Harp Harmonics ... ... you’re going to be moving around quite a bit. Your fretting hand needs to just know where it’s going without any thought for this lesson to be smooth.
Accuracy is everything when you’re talking about harp harmonics. So, when you’re practicing these next few lessons you’ll want to remember to maintain a relaxed technique so your hand stays in place. It’s very easy to let
If you feel comfortable with harp harmonics ... ... you’ll want to try adding in some classy touches to your lines by applying hammer-on’s and pull-off’s. This creates a nice rhythmic effect while you’re executing these cascading
This lesson will take your percussive guitar playing to a new level. You’ll be playing over top of the fingerboard, using your fretting hand to strike the body of the guitar and using palm and slap techniques.
Now that you have an idea of what it feels like to juggle a percussion part with your guitar playing let’s try using the body to add some more flair to our arrangements. In example 1, I’m
If you’re new to percussive guitar playing you’ll get a lot out of this lesson. The number one rule I always follow is to let the percussive elements enhance the guitar parts. This means that when I