#1
So i'm learning my fav solo of all time (While my guitar gently weeps) and while i have it up to speed, i notice that well, it sounds kinda bad xD

There's unwanted noise from when i do the bends and the hammer ons and stuff and it just sounds really annoying. I know i have terrible string muting skills, but the noise is more "sethoscopy" than accidentally hitting strings.

Thnaks a ton guys
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And i was like: "What's gopher wood?"
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#2
what amp? and what kind of guitar? with or without distortion?
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#4
i've noticed some guitars with tremolos give a "percussive" sound when you tap their body (or neck). it basically comes down to the springs being picked up. if this is the case, tap on your neck/body to see if thats a similar sound.

i honestly doubt its this, but that sound drove me insane on an ibanez with a poorly installed tremolo
#5
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i've noticed some guitars with tremolos give a "percussive" sound when you tap their body (or neck). it basically comes down to the springs being picked up. if this is the case, tap on your neck/body to see if thats a similar sound.

i honestly doubt its this, but that sound drove me insane on an ibanez with a poorly installed tremolo

That's almost always caused by spring vibration. You can put foam or tie something on the springs to help prevent that, and I think they make "noiseless" springs but I don't know how well they actually work.