The most economical way i thought would be barring the 12th fret, but then i noticed one thing. If i barre the 12th fret, when i play the B string, i hit the high E string by mistake when pulling off. How should i mute it? Well i don't exactly hit it, sort of like touch it a bit and it rings.
Last edited by Shinami at Aug 6, 2009,
Maybe you could slightly lift your barring finger off the E, just enough so that it doesn't ring out. Or just not bar it.
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Well this is how i would play it i would either barre the 12 fret hammer on the first not pull off the roll my finger upwards slighty so its gently touching (muting the e string) and do the other hammer on and pull off
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learn to "roll" your index, alot of sweep lessons talk about it

Yeah, this. Also, might wanna palm mute the entire thing a LITTLE bit to make it sound cleaner.
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Rolling your finger tends to help. I used to have problems on this as well. Your should roll your finger, to mute the high E string (with your index) when you roll it to the B-string.
+1 to rolling. I hate barring my fingers when playing legato stuff (it feels funny to me), but rolling my fingers works just fine. You might want to stick your index finger out a little extra to quiet the B-string and prevent noise from there.