#1
Single Mute fretting is a technigue I discovered which helps to give a more intense sound or riff.
It is quite easy to perform, you simply lift your finger so that it is still touching the string and not pulling off so that it is muted.
You can also use it with powerchords for a strong metal feel.

PS: I'm probably not the first to discover this, but please don't troll me.
#3
I do that too, just for a staccato feel
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#4
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#7
do you mean playing a chord and then lifting off to shorten the note?

or strumming the muted strings?

either way, it's nothing new, but good on you for learning something on your own
#8
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do you mean playing a chord and then lifting off to shorten the note?

or strumming the muted strings?

either way, it's nothing new, but good on you for learning something on your own

it's the first, and thanks?
#9
Congratulations, you've just discovered left hand damping.
Actually called Mark!

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