#1
is it possible to make the picking sound go away so you just have the pitch? if so, how?
#3
Using legato. Playing overdriven or distorted is inevitably going to tell you when you hit the string, if you play with a pick.
#4
rhythm/neck pickup+tone knob turned down+legato=as close as you can get to that
also try different picking techniques, theres a few which have less attack
Current Gear-
Ibanez RG321
Peavey Rage 258
Rogue LX400
Fender Rumble 15
#5
don't hit the strings as hard
Gear

Guitars
Ibanez ART 300
Squier Strat
Godin 12 string Antique cedarburst
Ibanez RGD 320

Amps
Peavey Vypyr Tube 60W
Peavey Solo 15 W
Fender 10 W

Effects
Dunlop GCB - 95 Crybaby wah
Boss DD-7 Digital Delay
Boss MT-2 Distortion
#6
Hitting the strings a bit more diagonally is going to reduce picking noise. Also, picking close to the bridge seems to help a bit.
#9
use a really thick round pick and pick at an angle. Also try using your neck pickup.
#10
Fingerstyle.
Of course, that just changes the pick noise, doesn't take it away.
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#11
There's no way to take away the noise completely unless you have some kind of MIDI, like the Banshee guitar. Look it up on Youtube, it sounds amazing with a chorus MIDI.
My Gear:
Ibanez ART300 electric
Peavey Vypyr 75 watt combo amp
Yamaha FG-130 acoustic


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#13
Turn the gain down.
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Gear:
Kramer Striker FR422SM
Roland Microcube
Digitech Bad Monkey
Dunlop Tortex 1.14mm picks


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#14
Check out D'Andrea Pro Plec picks, they're really good at eliminating that plucking noise.
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