#1
Hey ya'll!

Hope someone can help me here. When I play power chords on the low E and mute the strings with my fretting hand, I get a very noticeable harmonic around the second or third fret that ruins the sound of the chord. Anyone know of a way around this?

Cheers!
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#3
use more than one finger to mute the othe rstrings or mute them with your fretting hand

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Last edited by supersac at Jan 12, 2012,
#4
mute with the picking hand
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#5
Move your fretting hand when you want to mute.

Try using your 2nd finger for the chord and mute with your first finger at the first fret area.
#6
Quote by AndyGray
Move your fretting hand when you want to mute.

Try using your 2nd finger for the chord and mute with your first finger at the first fret area.


Hey! That works! Thanks!
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