#1
e ---10p7------10p7------10p7------
b ----------10---------- 10--------10--
g ----------------------------------------

(x10)

At something fast like 32nd notes at 100bpm.

I have no trouble moving my fingers fast enough to make the motion but I can't play is cleanly because the b string always rings out. Any tips? Is is common for people to have this issue?
#3
are you sure it is not like this:

e ---10p7-----7-10p7--------7-10p7------
b ----------10------------ 10-------------10--
g -----------------------------------------------

one way or another adding this note (e7) makes it a lot easier to play for me..
#5
Chicken-pick it and use your finger of choice to mute the B string.
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#6
I'm not a person to listen to, and this is probably horrible practice, but here's what I do in that type of situation.

Assuming you always keep your index finger fretting the 7 on the e string, just hold the end of the finger so it is touching the side of the b string. This will normally mute the b string, but when you play the 10 on the b string, it is higher on the neck so it will still sound. When you release the 10th fret, the string will almost immediately stop vibrating since your index finger is still touching it.
#7
Quote by thelonesoldier
I'm not a person to listen to, and this is probably horrible practice, but here's what I do in that type of situation.

Assuming you always keep your index finger fretting the 7 on the e string, just hold the end of the finger so it is touching the side of the b string. This will normally mute the b string, but when you play the 10 on the b string, it is higher on the neck so it will still sound. When you release the 10th fret, the string will almost immediately stop vibrating since your index finger is still touching it.


+1
#8
Treat it like sweep picking and use the rolling technique, its pretty simple (but can take a while to perfect).
#9
Quote by thelonesoldier
I'm not a person to listen to, and this is probably horrible practice, but here's what I do in that type of situation.

Assuming you always keep your index finger fretting the 7 on the e string, just hold the end of the finger so it is touching the side of the b string. This will normally mute the b string, but when you play the 10 on the b string, it is higher on the neck so it will still sound. When you release the 10th fret, the string will almost immediately stop vibrating since your index finger is still touching it.


+1