#1
Hello,
I have been playing for a little over a year now and Ive recently been really interested in getting my technique as tight as I possibly can. I play thrash like xumer, Exodus, Slayer, Kreator, Death, Metal Church, Destruction, Megadeth and alot of original stuff. When I play things with typical bar chords with my ring finger falling 3 frets behind my index(base note) I typically hear alot of noise from changing chords. Its become really irritating to me after I started noticing it, I feel like i make more noise than music : ( Is there any excersises I can do to reduce/eliminate this noise, or any words of advice would be great. I dont experience this noice when changing the bar chord to a different set of strings for an example a 6th string 1st fret bar chord to a 4th string 3rd fret bar chord, I would experience no noise but, a 6th string 1st fret bar chord to a 6th string 4th fret bar chord I would experince a high level of excess noise. I currently do not run a noise gate/ supressor and have no idea if that would effect the noise. Thanks
#3
isnt thrash just power chords usually rather than barres? If they are barres you will need to turn the gain down
#5
Do you mean the noise created when you slide fingers that are only touching (not fretting) one or more of the base strings with high gain?

That's just to clarify, I don't know how to get rid of that noise and I would like to know myself...
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#6
Yes Avielp its the noise in transitioning between chords where I guess my fingers don't completely come off the string. I find it very hard to completely lift my fingers off the strings and change chords. I can do it but its not very fast and sounds kinda clunky to me