#1
Well I have a few buddies who also like to play guitar. Sometimes when I go over we play a bit, and I'll try their guitar.

Well one thing I've noticed with mine is that when I play and hammer on or pull of the sound is greatly decreased, but on my friends guitar's I can do the same thing and have the song just as loud as when I first played the note. It doesn't matter what volume their guitar is at.

So I was wondering why might this be, would it be my pickups? or maybe my amp?

Thanks
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#3
Oh and this is for when I do more then one pull of or hammer on.

like ---9p8p6h8----

If I wee to try it on my guitar I wouldn't have any sound or barely noticeable by the last note but on other guitars, you can hear every note clearly.

I have a strat..
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#4
different guitars/strings/amps/eq & gain settings/pickups/ and cables do different things.

the other guitar for instance has more sustain then yours.. which means notes can hold longer and notes die easier on yours.. and that is the effect of alot of different things.
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#6
You could turn your amp up, get a new amp, get a new guitar, get new pickups...all will somehow achieve desired result, more sustain.