#1
When i touch the strings lightly i get this sound, see in my profile a sample of it, and it is ruining my recordings, becuase it is hearable before every note i play.

Is it possible to reduce it or do i have to live with it?
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#2
i think i have the same problem as you, and i have no idea what to do. somebody help please!!
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#4
Don't touch as hard? It doesn't really sound like you're lightly touching it.
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arg thats what i thought but i need money first. anyone want to recommend a good one?
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#6
it just sounds like your disturbing the strings with your hand when you un mute something. try and move your hand away from the guitar a little first, as if youre backhanding a midget, as opposed to bringing it straight up to hit the next note.

i dont think it needs a noise gate
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#7
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Don't touch as hard? It doesn't really sound like you're lightly touching it.


i am , the string moves a ½ millimeter down when i touch it in the sample.

but it doesnt sound that high when i play, upped the gain on the microphone so u wud hear what i meant, but its still hearable in recordings of songs
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Last edited by Jaekae at Apr 26, 2008,
#8
is it the amp or the guitar thats the problem?
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#9
...I'd have to say it's technique, but I really can't say for sure.
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#10
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it just sounds like your disturbing the strings with your hand when you un mute something. try and move your hand away from the guitar a little first, as if youre backhanding a midget, as opposed to bringing it straight up to hit the next note.

i dont think it needs a noise gate

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#12
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that sounds like a guitar ??? I can't figure out what the problem is


the plucking sound comes in before every note i do, thats what the problem is, in the sample im just slightly touching the strings to demonstrate the sound..

when amp is on clean its not there , only when gain is on
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