#1
So I have been playing for about 8 months now, but when I play I sometimes hear other notes I've hit just before still ringing in the background. I'd really could use some advice on how to mute out notes after you've played them and just to play "cleaner" in general.
Hope you guys can make out what I'm try to say
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#2
palm mute and fret hand mute ,,,, solve the great majority of your problems
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#3
Thanks, do you happen to have any link to a lesson? Also can anyone tell me how long it will take at average to get the hang of it?
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#4
Look at a lesson on some sort of sweep picking/rolling.
It sounds sort of what your after.
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#5
Sometimes, you can get sympathetic vibrations from the other strings as you play. You can try the suggestions above and also try reducing the distortion/overdrive (where appl) to the point where you do not hear these anomalies.

You are now chasing your tone which, for some guitar players, is a lifetime hunt. Getting a clean, if you will, distorted signal can be difficult for the uninitiated (read: new) player and even a challenge for seasoned players.

Good luck to you.

Chris
#6
Thanks a lot, I'll try all the above suggestions
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