#1
E-------------12-15-12--------------
B----------13-----------13-----------
G-------14-----------------14--------
D12-15-----------------------15-12-
A--------------------------------------
E--------------------------------------

i get unwanted string noise on the b strring and it's annoying as hell. i cant find a way to mute it. any help would be great thanks
#2
You sure thats the right pattern?

Its a really nice one but its an odd number of notes, groups of five are quite awkward.

Anyway, with your fingers on the high E string, push them towards the B string (without bending the E) so that they lightly touch it to prevent it ringing when you're not playing it.
Last edited by mishax92 at Aug 28, 2010,
#3
it is a weird one but it can be true :p, what I always do is practice them while using a clean setting REALLY slow, then SLOWLY speed up,
In case you missed it do it SLOWLY :p, and also a neat little tip is use the thumb of your right hand to mute the strings you've already swept, en by thumb I mean the piece of bone that is sticking out when you hold your pick,

I hope that's any help, and if you didn't get what I was trying to say just do a PM

"and remember kids, sweep well not fast "
#4
the last 12 note is actually the one at the start

thanks for the tips im gonna try that now

edit: i still get string noise when i sweep upwards :S
edit again: i think i got it
Last edited by ashley7000 at Aug 28, 2010,
#7
Quote by ashley7000
E-------------12-15-12--------------
B----------13-----------13-----------
G-------14-----------------14--------
D12-15-----------------------15-12-
A--------------------------------------
E--------------------------------------

i get unwanted string noise on the b strring and it's annoying as hell. i cant find a way to mute it. any help would be great thanks


Use the palm of your picking hand to mute the strings.
#9
Quote by Oixord
Use the palm of your picking hand to mute the strings.


This. But not the palm palm, use the same palm you use for palm muting, a directly above the bridge pickup.