Re: Muting on an acoustic
- From: "Sheldon" <sheldon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 25 May 2006 15:18:54 -0600
"Derek" <derek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
It might be a muted note, or it might just be an unplayed note. WithI agree. Lets say you are playing a D major chord. That chord would be
an unamplified acoustic, you aren't going to get a lot of volume out of
a muted note.
played (properly) on strings 1 through 4, with a chord chart showing an X on
strings 5 and 6. This does not mean you mute strings 5 and 6. It means you
simply don't play strings 5 and 6. Often when playing guitar, and
especially bass, a player might mute some strings so as to not accidentally
play them, but strings in a chord are rarely muted to produce a muted or
That said, ALL of the strings may be muted together to produce a percussive
sound when strumming.
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