Paul Bollenback uses false harmonics in this unique soloing technique.  This short power course will bring a unique sound to your solos.

False harmonics are a technique used on the guitar where the player lightly touches a string at a specific point (usually 12 frets above the fretted note) while simultaneously fretting the note at a lower fret. This creates a harmonic note that is an octave higher than the fretted note. It is called “false” because it is not a true harmonic (created by plucking a string at a specific point) but rather an artificial one created by the combination of the fretted note and the touched note. It can take some practice to get the technique down, but once mastered it can add a unique and interesting sound to the guitar.

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Single Note Soloing with Harmonics Full Class 00:10:48

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