When I make a pull off like that, I mute the e string with my left hand index finger. I do it without thinking about it, and it will become something you do without thinking about it if you’ve done it enough times.
Kind regards /Emil
Glad to hear that you like the lesson "Fingerstyle Jazz Comping"! :-) Comping (an abbreviation of "accompaniment") is the chords and rhythms that musicians use when we support (or back up) a singer, soloist or a someone playing the melody etc. So in this lesson, we focus on the comping and rhythm guitar playing in the Fingerstyle Jazz style. Kind regards /E
@emilernebro Thanks for your answer regarding my question. I just changed strings and still have the same results. I believe it is my fat fingers and perhaps callouses on them causing the overtones. I'll just have to try out different muting options...
I currently don't teach individual lessons because of a busy schedule touring/working for ProGuitar/family and small kids :D So unfortunately right now I don't have the time, but you can always reach out to me here or instagram @proguitarofficial . Kind regards/Emil
Sorry for the late respons Mark!
I don't have that arrangement (https://youtu.be/_pHCOQ9mtss) written out, sorry! I might write it out later on when I get the time to do it - many people have asked for it! Thank you for listening and watching my videos Mark!