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I couldn't find the discussion thread about harmonics, so am posting it at the top. Jego's question about playing more comfortably on the G string is in the discussion below. I'll be uploading more videos these next few days.
Beth Blackerby
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Posted: April 14, 2011
Last Comment: April 15, 2011

Beth Blackerby
Posted: April 15, 2011
With artificial harmonics, your whole hand vibrates as a unit, so the distance relationship between the 1st finger and the 4th finger stay constant.

Posted: April 15, 2011
Hi! Great video. I haven't really tried harmonics yet, nor really vibrating (just recently begun practicing it) but one question came into my mind:

How do you vibrate with artificial harmonics?
I mean, with artificial harmonics you use 1st and 4th fingers. When vibrating do both vibrate or only one of them?

Posted: April 14, 2011
Hello Beth: Thank you so much! I had asked about harmonics. This was very helpful!