Right palm placement tips

Discussion in 'Beginner's Q&A Forum' started by dilip.ped, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. dilip.ped

    dilip.ped New Member

    Hi guys!!

    I used to practice on my acoustic guitar and had a habit of resting my right hand on the bridge while playing leads. Now I have switched over to electric guitar in I find it difficult to play without resting my right palm on the bridge. Is it okay to rest the palm on the bridge for electric guitar as I have never seen any one resting their palms on the bridge while playing electric guitars.
     
  2. Sumanovo razor

    Sumanovo razor New Member

    well you should rest your hand just next to your guitars bridge...this helps in palm muting also...you will get to know the importance of palm muting more as you play some distorted tones...
     
  3. dilip.ped

    dilip.ped New Member

    Thanx for replying. I place my palm slightly behind the bridge(towards the tail). Will this habit of mine will affect my playing abilities in future?
     
  4. dilip.ped

    dilip.ped New Member

    Guys. Please reply. Suggestions needed..
     
  5. Sumanovo razor

    Sumanovo razor New Member

    try to place your right palm between the bridge pickup and the bridge...thats the ideal position...you may try different positions and see which one's comfortable for you
     
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    mayur_7393 New Member

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