Pinch harmonics on guitar are by no means easy to master, but it is well worth spending time on this technique as it can bring a whole new dimension to your soloing.
This will require accurate positioning of the pick and the picking finger, as well as a bit of theory knowledge. But if you already know how harmonics work on the the guitar you will just be applying the same principle, although this time using the picking hand to locate the harmonics.
Pinch harmonics on guitar will be easier to pick out when playing at the 5th and 7th frets, so it will be best to start experimenting at these positions first, either on the 3rd (G) or 2nd (B) string.
How to Play Pinch Harmonics on Guitar:
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