#1
I'm playing in a more mainstream band w/ some friends, and I'm learning some of the covers they like to play, and when I'm going into the first lead part of Mississippi Queen and I'm playing on the 19th fret of the B string, then go and hit the 19th fret of the e string, there is this Godawful sound.

It's hard to describe. Basically a very irritating, high pitched sound that makes the two notes indistinguishable. I suppose it can be fixed by muting the B string before hitting the e string, but... well, it's generally just so much easier to barre the two and let off the B string some.

Frankly, I can't get it to sound authentic worth a damn.

Any advice?
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#2
fret buzz perhaps?
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#3
its nor fret buzz, it sounds like tonic notes, the other note is still ringing when you are hitting the second, higher not. you're going to have to practice wither muting the first note, or playing both notes with the same finger. as in move your finger up a string very fast and maybe have one of your other finger behind it to mute in case u create a pull-off
#4
EDIT: Thanks, I'll work on that. I appreciate the help, you guys.
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Which one is better?
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