#1
Hey guys,
I still do not exactly know how to palm mute, the way I learned it is that you tack the back, palm of your right hand and you put near the bridge so that it mutes all the string but then when I play on the G or B or top E strings you cant here anything because the hand is muting the string ones I play.
Is there anything i'm doing wrong?
BTW its not because I press on the strings to hard because I tried and no matter how much I lift my hand its or that you cant here because of the palm muting or you here the other strings vibrate.
Please help,
Thanks
Last edited by GV8 at Jun 18, 2011,
#2
It's probably linked to your erectile dysfunction, bummer man.
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#3
That's normal, you just have to back your palm away to play the thinner strings. It could take some practice but I don't see why you would want to mute those.
#4
Palm muting is typically only used on the lowest 3 strings, but if you do need to Palm Mute the top 3 you'll have to be a bit lighter on the palm, and move your palm back towards the bridge.
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