#1
Ok, this question goes out to everyone who uses a Dunlop Jazz III guitar pick.
Whcich do you prefer, Black or Red and why?
I'm going to have to say Red, because it has a sharper tip which helps the tone out and lets you blaze through crazy Metal solos.
I was just wondering what everybody else thought about this?
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#3
i'm just not that picky.

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#4
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Is this question seriously being asked?

Jesus Christ...

There are differences.

The red is a little softer.
Has a bit sharper tip. etc.
#5
I have both in front of me right now and I can say that the red one has a sharper tip and is less flexible, so I prefer the red.
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#6
The ultex picks are sharper and less flexible than either. Too bad they ONLY come in lose-them-forever yellow.
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#7
the black one is softer? wow i thought they were the same thickness.

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#9
i used the red first, then when i ran out i went to the store and they only had the blacks. i didnt know they were different (besides black is easier to lose) so i was just like alright ill have those. i prefered the red ones much more, and i think ill buy a pack next time i have the chance.
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#10
I actually think the reds are softer. I prefer how they attack the strings with my picking style versus the blacks. Smoother feeling imo. Part of it though I think has to do with whichever you played first.
#11
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I actually think the reds are softer.

They're not.
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#12
Here is a stupid question about Jazz III's. I like how they feel during scales/solo's etc but man they don't feel right when playing chords at all. Is all the hype around the Jazz III's only related to solo/shredding stuff?
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#14
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Here is a stupid question about Jazz III's. I like how they feel during scales/solo's etc but man they don't feel right when playing chords at all. Is all the hype around the Jazz III's only related to solo/shredding stuff?


i feel the same way. don't like them very much for chords either. or even trem picking on lower notes. ( i think it has to do with my string tension tho..) but higher up when doing solos and noodly stuff like that, they're pretty slick.


also, the only difference in the black and red Jazz III's are the material they're made of. they are the same size, shape, etc..
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#15
I prefer the blacks. I think the have a better grip and a better overall tone than than the reds.
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#16
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There are differences.

The red is a little softer.
Has a bit sharper tip. etc.



not on the jazz III's. there are black Jazz I's that have a round tip, but Jazz III's are Jazz III's. period
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