#1
I've been wondering about this for a while, when I touch a string on the guitar there is a kind of click sound. When I touch the string, it does that sound once, and then I notice a drop in the amount of hum coming from my amp. Is there anyway to stop this noise from happening? It's very annoying, especially when I'm playing something soft because I know if I break any contact with the strings it's gonna click when I touch it again.
Gear
72 Telecaster Deluxe
Fender GA43SCE
Fender Ultimate Chorus amp
Crybaby 535 Q
#3
where do you press down at? try lowering your pickups a little bit. keep your neck pickup higher than the bridge one.
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#4
it kind of sounds like static-

are you playing on carpet, or other static-generating material?

or it could be feedback

or, if you have a cell phone on you,, I know mine makes really weired noises when it gets close to my guitar or amp
#5
Oh, my computer speakers go crazy when I turn my amp on aswell, they start turning off and on, and dimming out. =)
#6
^^ It's a possibility that it's static, I do have carpet where I'm playing.
Gear
72 Telecaster Deluxe
Fender GA43SCE
Fender Ultimate Chorus amp
Crybaby 535 Q
#7
Yea, it's static, happens to me too.
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