I did a seach for bending harmonics and found nothing on it other than bending the neck and pushing down on the string past the nut. I was just fiddling around with my bass today while surfing Talkbass, when I hit an octave harmonic on the D. It was unintentional, and I kind of jerked up on the string afterwards (as if I were popping, but with my fretting hand). Since I pulled up at the harmonic, my finger was still in the middle of the stretched scale of the string, and the note continued to ring. Does anyone use such a technique for bending harmonics? It's obviously much simpler than pulling back on the neck or pushing past the nut, and would work well in the middle of a quick song. The technique wouldn't work with fragile strings, but my Ernie Ball Hybrids seem to take a lot of abuse.