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post Nov 13 2008, 06:25 PM
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Hi Gabriel,

I have question wrt to the great lesson you offer:

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/rhythm-gu...inch-harmonics/

When I play the open D string it keeps on ringing when I play other notes on higher strings so the music comes out blurry but if I apply palm muting then the D note of the open string becomes "staccato", not so nice either. Can you explain further what you did to create sounds like that:

1. Did you use any muting techniques in the lesson?
2. What kind of effects did you use, what effect box and how the settings were set

Thanks
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post Nov 13 2008, 07:48 PM
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QUOTE (dantrantheman @ Nov 13 2008, 02:25 PM) *
Hi Gabriel,

I have question wrt to the great lesson you offer:

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/rhythm-gu...inch-harmonics/

When I play the open D string it keeps on ringing when I play other notes on higher strings so the music comes out blurry but if I apply palm muting then the D note of the open string becomes "staccato", not so nice either. Can you explain further what you did to create sounds like that:

1. Did you use any muting techniques in the lesson?
2. What kind of effects did you use, what effect box and how the settings were set

Thanks



Hi! Well I checked this lesson and I played it again with my guitar. I can say that I'm using palm muting but you must know that there are different levels of muting. You can mute the strings until they sound staccato but you can also mute the string a bit to make the release softer. I mean that I mute the string just a bit having as a result that when I play the notes in the higher strings the previous note's sound ends. Does it make sense for you? You have to set you amp's gain with a high level to make it sound good.

About this lesson sound I can't remember well but I think that I didn't have my PODX3 at that moment so I used my Marshall 8080 with a los of gain and trebble. Excuse me but I can give you the exact parameters because I've recorded this lessons many months ago.

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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Nov 13 2008, 10:48 AM) *
Hi! Well I checked this lesson and I played it again with my guitar. I can say that I'm using palm muting but you must know that there are different levels of muting. You can mute the strings until they sound staccato but you can also mute the string a bit to make the release softer. I mean that I mute the string just a bit having as a result that when I play the notes in the higher strings the previous note's sound ends. Does it make sense for you? You have to set you amp's gain with a high level to make it sound good.

About this lesson sound I can't remember well but I think that I didn't have my PODX3 at that moment so I used my Marshall 8080 with a los of gain and trebble. Excuse me but I can give you the exact parameters because I've recorded this lessons many months ago.

Cheers.

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Thanks, I'll try with lighter palm muting to see if I have better sound
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Thanks, I'll try with lighter palm muting to see if I have better sound



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