#1
I just was playing les paul and took the pick guard off.
I was wondering where you keep your picking hand at? Behind the bridge or in front of it so you can palm mute and prevent unwanted strings from sonuding? I see guitar players with their hands behind the bridge and wonder how the hell they do not have strings ring out when soloing especially.

I usually always kept my palm on the strings on my fender and my hand only feels comfortable behind the bridge on the les paul...but I keep getting unwanted strings from ringing.
#2
It depends on what is more comfortable for you. On a strat, I doubt anyone keeps their hands behind the bridge. On an LP shaped guitar, i rest my hand on the bridge or keep it hanging over the low E string.

Everyone does it differently.
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#3
I can do both with no problems. It is your technique that needs to be improved to not hit unwanted strings.
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