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Every guitarist gets to a point where he/she wishes to add his/her own touch to songs. Basic techniques such as hammer-ons, pull-offs, rakes, and harmonics are a great way to put an original spin on the music you play.
Complete course with step-by-step lessons and practice examples.
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David Anthony thoroughly explores harmonics on the guitar. He begins the series with an explanation of the acoustic properties surrounding harmonic production. David explains how to add natural, tap, slapped, and harp harmonics to your original compositions.
David Anthony introduces the Tips and Tricks lesson series.
David explains the basics of natural harmonics.
David Anthony teaches a basic harmonic exercise. The exercise is modeled after "Nothing Else Matters" by Metallica.
David Anthony explains a technique known as string rakes. He explains how rakes may be used with harmonics.
David Anthony teaches a beautiful harmonic exercise. This exercise is a short piece that is great for building harmonic skills.
David Anthony covers the basics of tap harmonics. He demonstrates an exercise that will help you with this technique.
In this action packed lesson, David Anthony teaches slap harmonics and CGDGAD tuning.
David demonstrates a new exercise involving slap harmonics.
David introduces harp harmonics.
David Anthony brings harp and slap harmonics together in a practical, musical exercise.
David returns to the world of harp harmonics. Once again, this lesson uses an alternate tuning.
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