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King Of The Sand 23 feb 2013, ore 12:46
palm mutes
anyone else hate these ♥♥♥♥ing things? Every other technique learned so far has been mildly easy but landing these suck ♥♥♥. Any tips for them?
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~RamZiel~ 23 feb 2013, ore 16:09 
What problems do you have? Are you played guitar before, or you're just started with Rocksmith?
Nod286 23 feb 2013, ore 18:47 
Try strumming any chord and practice lightly resting the palm of strumming hand near the bridge, you find it takes very little pressure to mute the chord sound. You can also try resting your little finger on the guitar body and gripping the pick closer to the tip to give yourself better control.
Loco 23 feb 2013, ore 23:18 
Hop n' Skip 24 feb 2013, ore 10:19 
Yes, it's the worst. It's one of the only techniques I consistently can't get. For the Titus Andronicus song, I did it perfectly, but for the Spoon song (Me and the Bean), it just wouldn't take. The only thing I can say is, if you place your palm on it, pluck the string, and it doesn't sound similar to the original sound, you're doing it wrong. Probably not very helpful. :/
King Of The Sand 24 feb 2013, ore 11:55 
thanks guys i'll try that hand placement, maybe i was pressing to hard so ill try to put as little pressure as possible and see, i bought Barricuda and started it up and i saw a ♥♥♥♥load of palm mutes and i just shut it off haha
spiggy g 24 feb 2013, ore 14:18 
Palm mutes are fine, its harmonics that are impossible for me.
Bryan Mills 24 feb 2013, ore 17:03 
Just don't palm mute, play it normally.
skydvr 24 feb 2013, ore 18:53 
I agree - I hate them. I try all different amounts of pressure, and it almost always says "palm mute missed"...
­­Δ👽 Louna 👽Δ­­ 24 feb 2013, ore 23:29 
Messaggio originale di spiggy g:
Palm mutes are fine, its harmonics that are impossible for me.

Are you sure your guitar is completly ajusted fine?

And by ajusted, i'm not talking to only correctly tuned.

Messaggio originale di skydvr:
I agree - I hate them. I try all different amounts of pressure, and it almost always says "palm mute missed"...

Are you sure your guitar is correctly ajusted and in good shape? Sometime it can affect this!
WolfDude191 25 feb 2013, ore 14:21 
haha, I love palm mutes compared the horrible bends in the Cliffs of Dover solo's :'(
paulVDBLES 27 feb 2013, ore 9:55 
It's by far the most easy technique , just place your palm on your strings and thats it :"")
Apparently_Heretical 27 feb 2013, ore 15:08 
Messaggio originale di King Of The Sand:
anyone else hate these ♥♥♥♥ing things? Every other technique learned so far has been mildly easy but landing these suck ♥♥♥. Any tips for them?

For my acoustic guitar, I needed to turn the Tone Cable micrphone volume very high in Windows (and Rsmith still misses some of my p-mutes).

A. Heretical
Ace42 1 mar 2013, ore 16:48 
Messaggio originale di King Of The Sand:
anyone else hate these ♥♥♥♥ing things? Every other technique learned so far has been mildly easy but landing these suck ♥♥♥. Any tips for them?

Palm Mutes will only register as "missed" if you miss the note. Try playing the note normally and you'll see the game registers it. If you're playing the note right, but still getting "palm mute missed" as a message, you've muted the sound too much and the core note isn't registering.

Basically, to get the percussive sound, you just want to deaden the string so it doesn't keep vibrating after the strike, without changing the note itself. Using your fretting finger to damped the string can work...

Messaggio originale di spiggy g:
Palm mutes are fine, its harmonics that are impossible for me.

Harmonics are pretty accurate; if you're having problems it's probably down to your guitar's intonation being poorly adjusted. That said, the arcade game's a pain, as it will routinely pick up on the previous harmonic being played and thus mis-register the notes - make sure you mute the strings between hitting them, or lower input volume.

Remember, your finger lightly touches the vibrating string directly above the metal fret bar you are playing.
Ultima modifica da Ace42; 1 mar 2013, ore 16:51
Riavan 1 mar 2013, ore 17:58 
My bass is a piece of ♥♥♥♥, no hope for me on harmonics, lol. Palm mutes work fine though, I just rest my fingers on the bottom of a pickup, lay the back of my hand across the strings and strum with my thumb.
Apparently_Heretical 1 mar 2013, ore 19:44 
Messaggio originale di spiggy g:
Palm mutes are fine, its harmonics that are impossible for me.

spiggy, look on YouTube for demonstrations of making a harmonic on the 12th fret (the octave) on a guitar. I just started playing guitar and I would never have been able to figure out how to do this without a couple *good* vids!

Search terms could include "guitar setup" and "intonation" as one of the easiest ways to check the intonation of any guitar is to tune a string's harmonic, and then match that tuning to itself when fretted. ... Vids will make what I just said a lot more clear. :s

A_H.

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