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Rivendell

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Hi guys,

I was playing my electric guitar recently (I rarely play it and seems like there's an awful lot of sympathetic vibrations since it's amplified. I'm playing with the amp point towards me though.

Playing notes on the gbe strings can actually cause the EAD strings to vibrate...

So, I was wondering if Ted did anything to manage these vibrations? Since I notice that he plays with his fingers high off the strings, which kind of rule off thumb/palm muting the lower strings.

P.S: I'm playing a stratocaster styled guitar with a spring tremelo cavity (not that I'm using the whammy bar though).
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