#1
This seems very, very silly of me, since I've gotten down quite a few solos, but for some reason, no matter how I try, I can't seem to get this down.

My problem is that when I have a semi fast passage that has palm muting through-out (Usually eighths or faster), I can't seem to palm mute at that speed.

If I don't alt strum, I end up hitting triplets when my hand comes back up to strum again, or my hand just flat out get's tired.

If I DO alt strum, I end up getting this really broken, cut up sound that doesn't sound good at all.

I'm wondering what the secret to practicing this is. I'd appreciate any tips anyone could give me for this.
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#3
Yeah, that's what I was doing, muting them all with my palm. It feels a little weird but I can already hear an improvement in the clarity. Thanks! I guess I'll just try keeping at it this way and see what comes of it!
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#4
Also, you can try angling your pick. Definitely helps for me instead of having the pick perpendicular to the strings.