How to Play Slap Harmonics I Maneli Jamal

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In this acoustic guitar lesson, award-winning fingerstyle guitarist Maneli Jamal demonstrates how to do a double harmonic slap with the right hand fingers. This creates a driving force of groove as he is doing them with 16th notes. He also shares some variations by changing between the 12th fret harmonics and the 19th fret harmonics.

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