Atkins Harmonic Technique
The late great guitarist Chet Atkins developed a wonderful style and incorporated harmonics played with the “i” finger while picking the chord tones with your "a" finger. This is often referred to as “cascading harmonics”. I assure you, like its name, it sounds quite beautiful. If you simply YouTube for Tommy Emanuel, who performed with and knew Mr. Atkins. Tommy is a master of this technique. His speed and accuracy are awe inspiring.
Finger a Cdom9 at the 2nd fret. Place the tip of your “i” finger (RH) directly over the fret wire at the 15th fret, on the 3rd string. Using the thumb of your right hand (p), pick the 3rd string so that the harmonic that you're "i" is touching sounds. It should produce a harmonic that is an octave higher than the Bb note at the 3rd fret. Remember that this note is picked with “p” and the sound is produced by the "i" finger touching the string lightly at the 15th fret
Then with your ‘“a” finger (RH) pick the 1st string not as a harmonic but as a chord tone played with “3rd" finger of your Left Hand. So pick with RH thumb followed by RH index.
The cascade is generated when you proceed to the next set of strings (4&2) and perform the same process. But this one is harmonic at the 14th fret because the LH 1st finger is at fret 2. However I find that the 3rd set of strings, 5&3 do not work as well but if performed 5&2, sound better for the 3rd set of strings. I will add here that I have not yet found the magic in 5&3. I did not say they aren't useable. this is my opinion.
That's it for now and I look forward to your valuable comments and your opinions. By sharing these personal views in a friendly environment we all learn and grow. We learn to appreciate each other.
Peace and out