#1
Hey guys

Im having some trouble with my kramer pacer guitar sound.

Problem is, when bending a string a bunch of weird noise come up as in this audio clip

http://vocaroo.com/i/s1t8SXzxClDA

It was recorded with guitar rig with the bridge pickup but same things happens when using the amp or the neck pickup.

I've tried changing the pickup height and string action but nothing worked.
I havent changed my strings for a while, but could this really be the issue?

Please help me get rid of this
#3
Quote by KG6_Steven
What exactly is the weird noise we're supposed to listen for?


Cant you hear it? its like a warbling sound. sometimes it turns to actual little taps
#4
May just be other strings ringing out/overtones not blending right, giving you a sort of tremolo effect.
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#5
Quote by TheStig1214
May just be other strings ringing out/overtones not blending right, giving you a sort of tremolo effect.


I tought of that too but I made sure only the high e string was ringing
#6
I heard the warbling sound. I figured it was making some other weird noise that my ears weren't hearing. Interesting.
#7
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#8
I could be wrong but with headphones on it seems to be stronger on the left channel which means it's not the guitar itself. Something in the recording chain or software maybe. Does it do it on a completely clean setting?
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#9
Quote by Rickholly74
I could be wrong but with headphones on it seems to be stronger on the left channel which means it's not the guitar itself. Something in the recording chain or software maybe. Does it do it on a completely clean setting?


Maybe it does but I can't hear it. Distortion brings it up
I mean...it does it on the amp and also does it connected to the computer.
Different cables, different output.

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#10
Its getting worse now, I've tried some adjustments (truss rod, string action) and I don't need to bend the strings anymore, funny enough this effect (which resembles a faster tremolo now) only happens from 9-16 fret high e and 15 and 16 fret b .
Its kinda weird, moving to 17 fret (or 8) in high e makes it completely disappear
Last edited by Nickbely at Feb 10, 2015,