#1
what is a palm mute? i know what a regular mut is where u put a finger on the string near the bridge, but what is the difference between a palm mute? is there one? sorry if this is a stupid question
#2
its the same thing dude.
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#4
Quote by peebo1845
its the same thing dude.
haha serious? oopsy my bad sorry im a bit new
#5
Quote by peebo1845
its the same thing dude.


No it's not dude. Mute is just muting, by slightly touching the strings on the neck with your LEFT HAND. Palm muting is resting your RIGHT HAND on the bridge, so it makes this thicker sound.
#6
Quote by dinatale
what is a palm mute? i know what a regular mut is where u put a FINGER on the string near the bridge, but what is the difference between a palm mute? is there one? sorry if this is a stupid question


if you put a finger on the string near the bridge, how do you play?
use the side of your right hand.
#7
oh, thats why regular muting has been hard, i have been regular muting with my right hand
#8
I dont know which of you is confused, pal mute you put your picking hand on the bridge (base) of the strings, regular mute you use your fretting hand to mute the strings further down the neck towards the nut. *replying to peebo1845*
#9
a palm mute is when you put your PALM on bottom of the srings on the bridge
the more on the bridge, the less and less the muteing will be
you can get varied mutes and muffling by how far up or down your palm is is