#2
Clips?!
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#3
Improving your legato skills will certainly reduce pick use.

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#5
if it's what i'm thinking is happening then cut down a bit on treble
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Improving your legato skills will certainly reduce pick use.

Reduce pick use? Yes. I'm trying to reduce pick NOISE though, I'm working on picking fast right now.
And sorry, but I can't get clips. The only thing I have to record with is my built-in computer mic, and there's so much fuzz in the background with that you can't hear anything really.
#7
turn down treble, up the bass.

personally i love that sound.

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#8
If your using really thin picks, then there is the possiblity, when playing fast that is, that they will bend as they leave the string causing a 'click' noise. Maybe if you used thicker ones, it wouldn't happen?
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Reduce pick use? Yes. I'm trying to reduce pick NOISE though, I'm working on picking fast right now.
And sorry, but I can't get clips. The only thing I have to record with is my built-in computer mic, and there's so much fuzz in the background with that you can't hear anything really.


Hmm. ok.
Pick noise is always going to present in playing. I can't how it can be reduced - everyone has pick noise.

Although, IMO, bigger picks have less noise then small picks (small picks make a "fap" noise [try it! - strum a chord with a thin pick], big picks don't).
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#11
hold the pick right, not 90degrees to the string =)
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#12
Turn your amp up very loud if your talkin about hearing the pick hit the strings, BTW thin picks are best for songs that are mostly chords, thicker picks like 1mm are better for faster picking metal style of songs.
#13
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Hmm. ok.
Pick noise is always going to present in playing. I can't how it can be reduced - everyone has pick noise.

Although, IMO, bigger picks have less noise then small picks (small picks make a "fap" noise [try it! - strum a chord with a thin pick], big picks don't).





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#15
all my picks are between 1 and 3 mm...
my runs tend to be super smooth...

turning down treble helps a bit too...
maybe work on technique... ?
how are you holding the pick... ?
#16
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Turn your amp up very loud if your talkin about hearing the pick hit the strings, BTW thin picks are best for songs that are mostly chords, thicker picks like 1mm are better for faster picking metal style of songs.

The pickups pick up the pick noise, that wouldn't help at all.

I'll try the thicker pick suggestion and turning the treble down and report back if that helped or not.
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I know.
But it's true - it sounds like my amp is masturbating when I use a small pick.
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#20
m. i like that sound. it usually comes with higher gain.
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#22
If you want a new type of pick, get a heavy tortex pick.

Its like an orgasm in your ears.


*Well, maybe not, but those are good picks.
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#23
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hold the pick right, not 90degrees to the string =)

dude, there is no right or wrong way to hold a pick. it depends on how it feels best to the player.
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#24
Turn gain and volume to 11.
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#25
On top of the suggestions of using a thicker pick (try a Dunlop Jazz III of some sort), the angle that your pick hits the string at affects the amount of "click" you get. Experiment with reducing the angle so that the pick is more parallel with the strings.
#26
If you listen to Angus Young's solos, he has the same thing happening. I get the same thing because I have my treble set pretty high.

Personally I don't have a problem with it. I think it adds a bit of character to the sound.
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