#1
whenever i do a pull off it's going off the fret board i do not know why but it's a pain in the ass. the strings are not loose are anything...
i have a jackson rr1 if it helps any
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#2
2 possibilities

you need to work on your technique OR you have your action too low
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#6
no it's not my technique everyone who has played that guitar noticed that
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#7
When pulling off, have you ever thought about flicking upward instead of pulling downward. Its what I've always done on the high E string to keep from pulling it off the fretboard.

Its a possibility that your frets are the problem but, its most likely your putting too much umph behind your pulloffs.
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#8
Quote by MESAexplorer
When pulling off, have you ever thought about flicking upward instead of pulling downward. Its what I've always done on the high E string to keep from pulling it off the fretboard.

Its a possibility that your frets are the problem but, its most likely your putting too much umph behind your pulloffs.


thank you
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