#1
I hear a lot of good things about dunlop jazz III's but are there anymore picks out there for good metal leads? I'm using dunlop 1.5's right now, so I need some advice on some better picks. Thanks in advance!
#2
It's all about personal feel. What do you like? i change mine frequently. I used to play .73s then 1.4 then 3 and now im back at .73
#4
hell, the best are some car wheels dawg

just kiddin, it's really up to personal taste
#5
i use dunlop stubby's 2mm. some people dont like them, but i feel great with them. also, i use tortex .73 when shredding, and i dont feel wrong. sometimes i even play with credit card pieces.
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#6
Jumbo Jazz III's. Or so I hear I'm using the ultex jazz III's
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#7
Have you ever noticed how fish have scales and you can play scales on a guitar? I wanted to have a guitar made from fish, but I don't know. I asked my friend Gil about it and he said it would probably cost more than a fin and then gave me some line about only a bass player would use a guitar made from fish. He's a reel jerk anyway.

I wanted to try some new ideas for guitar picks. I tried a donut first. Then I tried another donut as a pick. That was stupid. Next, I tried an axe. I've always wondered why people call guitars axes. Axes make lousy picks but they're great for cutting wood. I had to get another guitar because axes are great for cutting wood. Axes are also great for cutting fish so there's another strike against a fish guitar. I tried a plastic bag but the green ones have a dull tone and as far as I'm concerned, they're garbage.
#8
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Have you ever noticed how fish have scales and you can play scales on a guitar? I wanted to have a guitar made from fish, but I don't know. I asked my friend Gil about it and he said it would probably cost more than a fin and then gave me some line about only a bass player would use a guitar made from fish. He's a reel jerk anyway.

I wanted to try some new ideas for guitar picks. I tried a donut first. Then I tried another donut as a pick. That was stupid. Next, I tried an axe. I've always wondered why people call guitars axes. Axes make lousy picks but they're great for cutting wood. I had to get another guitar because axes are great for cutting wood. Axes are also great for cutting fish so there's another strike against a fish guitar. I tried a plastic bag but the green ones have a dull tone and as far as I'm concerned, they're garbage.

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#9
To the narcisistic posts, I was just requesting some info on the jazz III's and some other good ones. Yeah, I get the whole preference thing too. I used to use dunlop 2mms too, but they got to be a little too thick. I was just wondering how thick are the jazz III's and how big are they?
#10
Does anyone have any experience with these?? I've heard they are quite nice. I was thinking of posting a thread like this actually. If you've played with one, let us know how it feels.
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It's the Asian blood in his veins. It allows him to accomplish things normal people are unable to.


Puberty was very vague. I literally locked myself in a room and played guitar.