#5
Barely lift your finger off of the E string right after you play the note, but keep the finger still on the B string. Also, I find it easier to begin with an upstroke on the high E, making it easier to mute the B string after I play the downstroke.
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#6
also you could subdivide the beat .like instead of playing 6 notes per beat play 3.if its 4 notes per beat play 2 .
#7
Omg, I just reilized that I've been playing that same lick one string higher (B string) I'll have to go down to high E and learn the bend.

Bend: whole step or half ?
This works for almost any situation....

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Last edited by Rock? Anyone at Jul 4, 2008,