#1
When I practice my chords on the ADG strings(strumming up and down), I'm gonna have to muted the low and high E and the B. When I play a chord the G and muted B strings make this kinda of a "joke-note"(thats what I like to call it). It makes a funny sound but when you're playing seriously it gets really annoying. =(

Oh btw, it's not only on the B and G, every string too. I use these strings as an example because I use them most often.
Last edited by kelektrik at Sep 11, 2009,
#2
Your probably hitting a harmonic.

Be more accurate, and downpick it if you can :P
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#3
No, I'm sure its a muted note because I know how it sounds and how a harmonic sounds. The only harmonic coming out is my low E, which I don't really care about mch though.

I strum up and dwon, and to have less troubles I strum about every string at the same time
#4
Well, if you refuse to change your technique, then live with it.

Either be more accurate, and strum more from your wrist, or continue how you're going.
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