#1
When I press the buttons of my Crybaby or Korg Pitchblack I hear this really loud clicking sound through my amp. Would a noise suppressor get rid of this sound or do you know any other ways to fix this?
#2
Are they true bypass? If its a popping noise its normal becaus eof the voltage difference. I hear clicking sometimes too but I think its normal.
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#3
I know a pitchblack claims to have a true bypass. How loud is this clicking, and how loud is your amp when you hear it...does it get quieter if you turn down your amp? Does it happen with any pedals other than the pitchblack or crybaby?
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#4
Try moving the pedals a good bit away from the amp how does this affect the clicking noise at low and high volume?
#5
The pitchblack is true bypass, the crybaby isn't. The clicking gets louder when I turn my amp louder. It doesn't happen with my DD7, I think because the DD7 has a different switch.
#6
Quote by HEXAGRAM66
Try moving the pedals a good bit away from the amp how does this affect the clicking noise at low and high volume?


Just tried that and it doesn't make any difference.