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Old 01-27-2019, 09:18 PM
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Freed,

This is what I found out a couple years ago similar to your situation. While playing the 4 finger G....:



It was some time later that I realized I was muting just as you mentioned, found out when using this chord for arpeggio. So yes it was/is a bad habit even though it still makes a G chord while muting that note.


For quick change chords and rock songs I mute it anyway like this and that turns into a G5 without the B note:

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Good luck!
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