#1
When I play the first lead part in needled 24/7, where its hammering and pulling off like
D|-------------------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------|
A|-15-12----12-15-12-15-12----12-15-12-15-12----12-|-15-12----12-15-12-15-12----12-15-12-15-12----|
F|-------15----------------15----------------15----|-------15----------------15----------------15-|
C|-------------------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------|
when playing on the F string, to get the right speed I don't pick it, I just hit it, and when I let go it always creates hum in the background, making it not sound as good as it should. How could I fix this?

Btw, it isn't an amp or guitar problem, it's like a very subtle pull off, but just enough to notice.
#2
Mute the f string w/ your index finger!
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#3
You could play the 15 on the F on 11 on the A that would be reasonable

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#4
try using your pick. do a smooth long downstroke, like you're sweeping across two strings. so you'd be picking 15 (F string) and 12 (A string) in one motion, then hammering/pulling off the other 15, which brings you back to the downstroke.

i dunno, i find it easier to keep the strings quiet this way.
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#6
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try using your pick. do a smooth long downstroke, like you're sweeping across two strings. so you'd be picking 15 (F string) and 12 (A string) in one motion, then hammering/pulling off the other 15, which brings you back to the downstroke.

i dunno, i find it easier to keep the strings quiet this way.


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#7
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Have you heard the song? it's on my profile, what I'm talking about is around 15 seconds in.


yea, i love children of bodom. and yea, it is possible to do what i described. start slow
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