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post Dec 25 2015, 11:09 AM
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I got my old ESP Horizon NT-II
Lovley guitar with ebony fretboard, I have one problem though

On my other guitars muting goes well. Ive learned muting by martin goulding the muting expert wink.gif

But on this guitar, its almost impossible to mute perfectly, especially for palm muted riffs
I have never encountered this problem except when I was a beginner

The guitars action was quite high, I have lowered it now but it made no difference
Pickups quite close to the string, might that be a problem?

Guitar is correctly setup for Drop C but it was the same problem in standard tuning

The thing is the guitar got a fixed bridge and string through body type
All my other guitars are not this variant.. Its just so hard to mute this thing

Dont know what to do! Harmonics and noice all over when riffing

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post Dec 25 2015, 05:10 PM
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Isn't that the reason some guys put a hair scunchy behind the nut or down around the first fret - ?

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