#1
Ok, so when I play, eah time I pluck I head a like a thud from my amp. I'm pretty sure it's my pick, but I'm not sure why?

Can anyone enlighten me?

Thanks

And yes, I've tried alot of picks, same difference.
#2
do you play with a lot of distortion/high gain?
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#3
ye hi had a problem wer emy amop was ****ed briefly (it fixed itself rather strangely) becasue it had too much gai nand i got the same thud thing, but no ntoe weas actually clear it was jsut noise really maybe ur amps screwed, ur pick shouldnt make that happen
#5
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ye hi had a problem wer emy amop was ****ed briefly (it fixed itself rather strangely) becasue it had too much gai nand i got the same thud thing, but no ntoe weas actually clear it was jsut noise really maybe ur amps screwed, ur pick shouldnt make that happen


were you blindfolded?
#6
i type badly i msorry, but my computers at a funyn angle to the chari and the arm of the setis in the ways so i cant type properly on my home pc.
#7
Yes, it's that pedal, especially if it's a digital distortion. there's something causing a surge when you hit it, and it pprobably is your pick, but it could also very well be the palm of your hand touching the pickups...
#8
OOh, try adjusting that pedal to give you a little more mid tones, and maybe a little more over drive than distortion
#9
Ah, okay thanks. It is a Digi delay, the very hates Boss Mt2...

I'm going to upgrade soon, so hopefully it will sort it
#10
Boss MT-2 is analog distortion, look inside.
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#11
when i first read the title i thought it said anyone pick nose...

it's probably your pedal.
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