#1
I get a really high pitch sound whenever i accidentaly put my right palm on the strings. It also sounds a bit high/ too shrill whenver i play what should i do? This usually only happens when i play loud
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#2
its called feedback.
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#3
Feedback would make sense if it was constant. But if it's happening pretty much only when you're touching the strings, I'd think it's likely to be a grounding problem (i.e. some of the soldering connecting everything isn't as it should be). Have everything re-soldered and that should sort it.
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#6
i get that sometimes when the string makes contact with the metal parts on my pickups...pretty gay sounding lol
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+1
You are hearing the harmonic

+2

you're inadvertently damping at a harmonic node...move your hand a bit.
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