#1
I've heard u hit the bridge with your palm, and Ive heard u can just hit the strings anywhere which one is the correct way? Thanks for the help
#2
rest the edge of your hand close to the bridge and play as you normally would. You should hear a chuggy heavier sound.
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#3
place the edge of your palm on the bridge right where the strings meet the teeth it should make a slightly more bassy percussive sound
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#4
To palm mute, lay the heel of your palm (or the bottom side of your palm) on the strings at the bridge. If you do it right, the sound your strings make becomes deeper and heavier, but with less treble and more bass.
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#6
Palm muting is hardly an advanced technique hence it does not belong in this forum. To answer your question, you palm mute by "rolling" your hand over the strings just at the bridge. There are many tutorials on this, so I suggest you simply google it.
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okay thanks guys, now all I have to wait and get the cast off my wrist =(

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#8
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Palm muting is hardly an advanced technique hence it does not belong in this forum. To answer your question, you palm mute by "rolling" your hand over the strings just at the bridge. There are many tutorials on this, so I suggest you simply google it.


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