Live Video Chat with Carl For Academy Members Every Saturday at 11am Pacific (UTC-8H)

More Support. Awesome Feedback. Professional Lessons.

More Support. Awesome Feedback. Professional Lessons.

More Support. Awesome Feedback. Professional Lessons.

Harp Harmonics Pt.1

FavoriteLoadingBookmark this Lesson. This lesson continues our study of Harp Harmonic technique on the guitar in a more advanced setting.

The video begins with a couple basic Harp Harmonic patterns and ends with a short chord progression using Harp Harmonics throughout.

Also explained in the video is the concept behind Harp Harmonic passages really just being sustained scales.

In the PDF download you will see a small H.H. under any note that should be played as a Harp Harmonic. Here is the PDF download for this lesson.

Harp Harmonics Lesson Pt.1 PDF

I hope you are enjoying the gorgeous sound of Harp Harmonics. Hopefully the theory behind how to construct some of your own Harp Harmonic passages that I talk about in this video lesson will help you add this technique to your playing style.

If these free lessons help you, please donate to keep new ones coming daily. Thanks!! 🙂

$

Harp Harmonics Pt.1

Related Post's

Introduction To Harp Harmonics Lesson

Advanced Harp Harmonics Lesson Pt.2

3 Comments

  1. Patrick on September 15, 2012 at 4:07 am

    i love you so much!! I am just starting to learn theory pretty much ( i only know the chords, scales and arpeggios of C and i’m learning the scales from G now:) ) but this makes so much sense and your knowledge of theory is inspirational 🙂 Thankyou for all your lessons

  2. Warren on April 23, 2013 at 4:26 am

    Hi Carl,
    Amazing lesson once again. I have a question. What is the name of the chord you are playing?

    Thanks once again for a truly great lesson, you are an amazing person.

    Warren

  3. michael whitley on December 21, 2014 at 5:39 pm

    I never herd of harp harmonics before but they are so cool. I love the way they sound and the the theory behind it is really neat to know, thanks Carl.

Leave a Comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.