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  1. Hi guys ! I have a JTV89F for many years and I was experiencing the plink plonk sound on the E string when palm muting at high gain (I play Metal songs). Very annoying... Recently, I bought an Helix (I was on a Pod HD500X) and I try to config the Variax with Workbench HD directly from the Helix. (Variax is connected to the Helix with the Variax cable and Helix connected to my computer by USB). This config allows me to modify a little bit a parameter on Workbench and ear immediately how it sounds. My goal was to find a setup which minimize the plink plonk sound. Big Surprise ! I was on a body Lester Flametop and mic 89 bridge and I modify this for a neutral body with Wide Range humbucker bridge. No more plink !!! Even with high gain amp like PV Panama ! I am really really happy ! Please try to modify your setup in Workbench HD and tell me if it solves the plink plonk sound on your side.
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    My Shuriken arrived this week

    Hi guys ! I have a JTV89F for many years and I was experiencing the plink plonk sound on the E string when palm muting at high gain (I play Metal songs). Very annoying... Recently, I bought an Helix (I was on a Pod HD500X) and I try to config the Variax with Workbench HD directly from the Helix. (Variax is connected to the Helix with the Variax cable and Helix connected to my computer by USB). This config allows me to modify a little bit a parameter on Workbench and ear immediately how it sounds. My goal was to find a setup which minimize the plink plonk sound. Big Surprise ! I was on a body Lester Flametop and mic 89 bridge and I modify this for a neutral body with Wide Range humbucker bridge. No more plink !!! Even with high gain amp like PV Panama ! I am really really happy ! Please try to modify your setup in Workbench HD and tell me if it solves the plink plonk sound on your side.
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