I watched a video from Rob Scallon on Purple Plectrums, and in his video they looked and sounded great. However, I purchased one of theirs, a 9mm model and I was very confused. I loved the feel of it, and it sounded great at first, but as I kept playing I noticed there was a very noticeable "plinking" noise whenever I hit notes in quick succession. I tried on two different guitars, I tried playing in different positions between both pickups, and I made sure I was picking at the very thinnest part of the edge that I possibly could, but the issue still persisted. I Googled the issue and found absolutely nothing. So I contacted Purple Plectrum (with an audio clip of what it sounded like) and they said they had never heard of anything like that happening, so they sent me a new, upgraded hand-made one. This one feels even better, but the same exact issue persists. I contacted them again, and they said I might just not understand how to play it/it might not be the right pick for me, and they linked the exact Rob Scallion that made me want it in the first place! It's not like I'm even hitting the strings in very quick succession either, I'm playing at a pretty reasonable speed, probably no faster than Rob plays in the very video, yet I hear nothing like it in his video. So does anyone have any experience with Purple Plectrums and thick picks, or have a similar experience with picks making a noise when you repeatedly hit a string? I spent $30 and I really like the feel of it so I want to be able to use it.
Edit: I should mention the String Gauge is Ernie Ball Regular .010-.046 and the strings are raised about 2.75mm above the 14th fret.