Harmonics 8

Animated Harmonics 8 tab by ActionTab on guitar. So easy you'll be playing in minutes.

This tune is from the Core Skills section on Harmonics.

The advantage of fingerpicking is that you can get more selective over which harmonics to play together than you can with either strumming or picking. Here we play a pleasant acoustic tune and use harmonics to illustrate this point.

The chord progression here is:

A sus2 - F maj7 b5 - G6 - A add9

The little harmonic sequence that follows this is:

A - G - F# - D - A with G B E played together, giving us a nice E minor harmonic chord at the end before going back to repeat the Chord progression.

Harmonics are commonly found in classical music as well as other genres. They provide a lovely melodic contrast in your music, so take time to practice them and use them in your own music!

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