Squeaky Guitar Noise.

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CarlWilks
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Re: Squeaky Guitar Noise.

Post by CarlWilks » July 3rd, 2019, 2:55 pm

CHAIRYTAS wrote:
May 19th, 2464, 3:43 am
ScottKesslear wrote:
March 24th, 2460, 5:10 am
TonyFrys wrote:
January 17th, 2455, 6:06 pm


I was having the same problem, but changing the battery did not solve my problem. My problem was the placement of my hand. As soon as I corrected the placement and movement of my hand, the problem was solved.
The placement of the hand is one of the most important factors. It took me a lot of time to master this art. :)
first and foremost change the battery Then see it is is still happening. If it is you might have a bad or lose wire. maybe have a tech look it over. and last you could always try a Noise gate...
It's pretty normal for acoustic guitars to have that sound.

lanaroady
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Re: Squeaky Guitar Noise.

Post by lanaroady » July 16th, 2019, 4:00 am

LouisLee wrote:
June 25th, 2019, 7:22 am
hoppatheboppa wrote:
April 25th, 2016, 6:14 am
Hi,

I have a Tanglewood acoustic guitar use a roland cube street amp and do a lot of busking.
ive noticed lately a squeaking noise.
I did unplug guitar and began to play and thought i could hear this squaking noise.
its weird its like little mice.
i seem to think its being caused by the friction between plectrum , strings and movement of my hand..is this correct, has anyone experienced this before????
Could it simply be battery needing replacement battery seems to be lasting forever....silly me, no distortion or anything like that.
It dosent happen all of the time either...its got me baffled.
any suggestions??
I think that you should change the battery of your guitar. After that, it will work perfectly.
That was exactly my point that how you come with these efforts which are not familiar with guitar ?

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