#1
using normal picks the clicky noise was rather quiet, then i found jazz IIIxl series picks, which were much smaller and the clicky noise was rather loud. i wanted more and i found jazz IIIs, which were even smaller and the clicky noise was almost unoticeable.
so i am confused, what gives picks thee clicky sound? what pick is best for having a loud, crystal clear clicky sound?

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#2
maybe be more specfic with "clicky". do you mean the sound the pick makes when it scrapes a guitar string or plucks it? if so, then the size, or mass, of an object directly reflects its resonance and tone, whereas a different pick material or hardness or thickness will also produce different acoustic sounds.


.....if thats what "clicky" means
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#3
yes, the sound where the pick scrapes the strings, it sounds like a fast click to my ears.

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#4
mines more fo a scraping sound becasue of the way i play lol and i use dunlop nylon picks wich grip the string a bit more
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