#1
I recently started using Jazz III picks after much recomendation from everyone who's ever used one... and I love them! They make my lead playing sound much better and feel much smoother. However, one flaw I noticed came about when I was jamming along to Highway to Hell with some friends, the moment came for that big pick scrape right before the last chorus and I went to do it but what came out was for lack of a better work... dead. I tried doing a pick scrape in my different ways with the pick but couldn't figure out to make it sound nearly as good as my old Dunlop Tortex picks. Its a real shame, cause I'm loving these jazz IIIs. Does anyone have any advice or solutions to my predicament?
#2
ive had the same problem with teh same picks and i love them too btu hate them for that also
#3
Try Dunlop's Tortex Jazz pick They wear out faster than the nylon Jazz III's, but you get better pick scrapes
Then there's this band called Slice The Cake...

Bunch of faggots putting random riffs together and calling it "progressive" deathcore.
Stupid name.
Probably picked "for teh lulz"

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