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  1. Hi. I've read a few threads, but nothing on this particular subject. When Matt plays most of his solos live, he uses sort of a power chord to mute the strings he doesn't need. In stead of just picking one string, when the solo is only on one string, he picks all the strings. I really can't explain it any simpler than that. Does any one want to tell me something about this technique? I have watched a whole lot of videos of both him, and people doing guitar covers in order to figure it out. Check out these examples. Sunburn 2006. During the solo here he uses that "power chord". I could not embed this. http://youtu.be/n5ujX9OtfWk?t=2m35s This great cover of CE. Check out 4:18 + http://www.youtube.com/embed/d2_9JN93f3w And also this guy, from about 2:10. http://www.youtube.com/embed/7lU6FTDb3Bg Could someone help me with this? Maybe "tab" it out?
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