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.

This level of awareness is only achieved by practicing the lesson slowly and with much repetition.

The very beginning of this lesson must be played very precisely.

You have a distance between the 7th and 12th fret and if you’re not directly above these frets the harmonics won’t ring the way they need to for this effect.

Relax your hand to maintain a nice arch.

After this open harmonic sequence you’ll be moving chord shapes around quite a bit so take your time!

Allow your right hand to move around the fingerboard with your fretting hand.

You don’t want to stay in one place too long because you’ll be out of position to execute the next sequence of harp harmonics.

E|------<12>-------------------------------------------------|
B|-<7>------------<12>---------------------------------------|
G|------------<7>-------------<12>---------------------------|
D|------------------------<7>-------------<12>---------------|
A|------------------------------------<7>-------------<12>---|
E|------------------------------------------------<7>--------|

E|-------------------------7-------<19>----------------------8-------<20>|
B|-------7--------7---------<19>------------8-------8---------<20>-------|
G|-----7------------<19>------------------7-----------<19>---------------|
D|---7-----<19>-------------------------6-----<18>-----------------------|
A|10---------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------6--------------------------------|

E|7-------------------------------5-------<19>---------------------4----|
B|--5-----------5--------5---------<17>------------4-------4--------<16>|
G|----5-------5------------<17>------------------5-----------<17>-------|
D|------5---5-----<17>-------------------------4-----<16>---------------|
A|0-------0------------------------------------5------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------------|

E|-<16>----------------------------7--------|
B|----------------7--------7----------<19>--|
G|--------------7------------<19>-----------|
D|------------7-----<19>--------------------|
A|---------10-------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------|

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