Hello guys! I usually use the moveable anchor technique on my 4-string since I just can't handle the floating thumb on it (doesn't feel good when playing the E and having the thumb with no other string below it). Now, I'd like to try this technique out on a 5-string as well so that when I need to go back to a 4-string the transition won't be harsh, and I won't need 30 minutes of practicing movaeable anchor. QUESTION TIME: How does the moveable anchor on the 5-string work? I've tried it but I can't get it to work correctly. When my thumb sits on the A string (that is when I play on the G string) I just can't find a way to mute the B string, which vibrates when I play on some frets on the G string. Is there a way to solve this? How can I mute the B when the thumb is on the A? I have managed to mute it slightly by making the thumb almost perpendicular to the other fingers but this position feels totally unnatural and I'm afraid it might give me some health problems in the future if I stick to it.