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 soundscapes.

In the first line you really want to emphasize the pull-off for the triplet rhythm. If the pull-off isn’t articulated strongly enough the result will be a sloppy harmonic line.

The second line also includes a triplet rhythm but this time it’s achieved by a hammer.

Again, articulate this technique so it’s even and audible so it doesn’t interrupt the flow of the harmonic line.

Am9

E|-------------------------7-------7p5-------5-------7p5-------5---------|
B|-------5--------5---------<17>--------------<17>-----------------------|
G|-----5------------<17>--------------<17>--------------<17>-------------|
D|---5-----<17>----------------------------------------------------------|
A|-0-----------------------------------------------------------------<19>|
E|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|

G11

E|-------------------------0-------0-------0-----------------|
B|-------0--------0---------<12>------------------0h1--------|
G|-----0------------<12>-----------<12>--------------<12>----|
D|---0-----<12>-----------------------------<12>-------------|
A|-----------------------------------------------------------|
E|-1---------------------------------------------------------|

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