#1
Hi. I'm reading Troy Stetina's Speed Mechanics, exercise 8:

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H2P1H2P1/---H3P1H3P1/---H4P1H4P1/---H3P1H3P1/----H3P2H3P2/---H4P2H4P2/---H4P3H4P3---H4P2H4P2---
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When I pull off, I make some noise on string 2. Specifically, on H3P2H3P2, how do you guys mute it?--With your free index or right hand? Or by lowering the angle on the 2nd finger to mute string 2?

Thanks guys. I'm getting 'better' thanks to all of your great advice.
Last edited by ajsguitar at May 27, 2011,
#2
Some guitars resonate other strings more than others. That's mostly the bridge that causes that. Use both hands as much as possible to mute.
#3
probably either with finger 2 or with my right hand palm...

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