#1
im having big issues with unwanted noise. i get a clicking noise from the string hitting the fret as i press down with my finger to fret it and im also getting a buzz when i release the finger pressure after playing a note. The action isnt low and the neck isnt warped so i think its more a technique issue rather than an instrument problem
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#2
Usually those two aren't even noticed through an amp or on recording, but if it's prominent you might consider improving your technique.
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#3
Technique and drop some treble from your tone, but yes live ad in a recording it shouldn't be an issue
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are there any suggestions on how to improve my technique? iv only been playing bass about a year but i have about 7 years experience on electric guitar with no issues
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are there any suggestions on how to improve my technique? iv only been playing bass about a year but i have about 7 years experience on electric guitar with no issues

either play with a pick, or if you want to pursue fingerstyle (which you.really should if you want to be a well rounded player) drop the treble a bit, and try to focus on hitting the string parallel to the frets, and just your strumming hand's angle a bit. This is what I'm trying to do. Sometimes a bit more string tension helps.
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either play with a pick, or if you want to pursue fingerstyle (which you.really should if you want to be a well rounded player) drop the treble a bit, and try to focus on hitting the string parallel to the frets, and just your strumming hand's angle a bit. This is what I'm trying to do. Sometimes a bit more string tension helps.


Wow, he is having problems with his fretting hand... and how do you pick a string parallel to the frets when they are exclusively perpendicular?

TS look up finger strength exercises, and practice precise and slow and speed up.