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Asked by kate on 2000-02-07
when I change chords the guitar makes the sound of my fingers leaving those strings and you can clearly hear it as if i am srtumming something else in between. is this the norm or am i doing something to make this more noticable?
Answers
Answer posted by Mike on 2000-05-29
That is normal, if you want to stop that ringing put the edge of your hand right before the bridge at the bottom of the guitar and it will mute it out.

Answer posted by Dark_Angel5 on 2000-08-04
This is normal and a lot of folks listening to you find it cool. Or at least the folks that are listening to me do :)

Answer posted by St. Stephen on 2000-09-29
Don't worry about it. When you get better at changing chords, the string noise will be reduced.

Answer posted by Firestarter on 2000-10-01
try lowering the action of your guitar it could be that as you come off the chord the strings are popping up really high causing them to sound like a whole series of pull-offs

Answer posted by Unknown on 2002-01-12
try useing flat wounds

Answer posted by lui on 2002-11-02
u are stupid is because u are pricipiant

Answer posted by Antony Cull on 2002-11-05
Even thought i suck it gets reduced

Answer posted by you dont suck on 2005-03-26
what was the point in that You Suck... get a life

Answer posted by You Suck 2 on 2005-06-13
The point in it is that your mom has a dirty stinky hole into which you like to stick your dirty little fingers.

Answer posted by vppp121799 on 2005-12-02
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Answer posted by Unknown on 2006-05-12
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