#1
hey, how should I eliminate that annoying guitar pick noise when playing with lots of distortion?? its bloody annoying
#3
There's no real cure, just use a thinner plectrum and pick softer. Or take the gain down.
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#4
softer attack on the strings might reduce it.
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#5
Change the angle that you strike the strings at, so the pick glides off the strings, instead of catching on them.
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#6
An EQ pedal will help, pick noise is concentrated around a fairly narrow frequency band and if you can isolate it you'll be able to lessen it considerably.
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#8
coated strings help too.
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