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#1
what is the gauge of your pick? and what brand it is?

mine is tortex .88mm. the green one.
what's yours?

#3
Jim Dunlop Nylon Jazz III.
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#6
Quote by raichu016
oh that's thick..



I thought that too at first, but there really great for soloing. It took my few attempts to get used to the pick but in the end I got used to it.
#7
Jim Dunlop USA standard pick .60mm and .73mm
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#9


4.1mm

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#10
Jazz III black...but I have some reds just in case I can't find my black ones
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#11
I use Fender Mediums mostly, and have been for about 7 years.
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#16
I use Fender Heavy Picks, They give more "Power" (too me anyway)
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#17
pretty much ill use anything thats above 1.14 mm.
although right now im particular to jazz 3 2.00 stubbies and 1.14 regular tortex picks.
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#19
Eric Johnson Red Jazz IIIs

Only difference to the normal that I found is it's easier for me to grip. The normal red Jazz IIIs always fell out of my fingers.
#21
My thickest pick is a 2mm Big Stubby, and my shortest a .38mm Dunlop. I usually play with my .71mm Dunlop or Fender Medium, but when I'm playing heavier stuff I'll use my 1.14mm.
#22
1.0 mm Jim Dunlop pick. I found it under the couch at my friends house. Looking to buy some jazz III's next time I go out, they sound like they would be nice for me.
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#23
Dunlop nylon .46
The really floppy ones. I can't strum with a stiff pick soI started using these and ended up getting used to them for everything.
#24
Quote by slayerfrk
i use jazz III's that i file down so theyre pointier



there's so many users of jazz III here. why jazz III?
#25
I use .73 Dunlop Ultex picks, but I've been considering switching to the Jazz III XL's because they're more available.
#26
jazz 3s
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#28
Quote by slayerfrk
cause theyre comfy and i think they have a better sound then other picks



i'll buy one but i dont know if it is available here in our country
Last edited by raichu016 at Aug 4, 2009,
#30
Quote by slayerfrk
im pretty sure most guitar stores sell them, theyre pretty well known



oh i see. tortex here are out of stocks. they sell more ernie ball picks
#31
tortex in either turtle green or yellow
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#32
Got lots of Jazz III XL they're smooth sounding picks which I recommend everyone to possess.

I've also come to like the big Stubby but they produce a more squeaky sound on higher strings,depends on the sound I want I guess.
#34
Quote by SeeEmilyPlay
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and omg these are insane


i dont want to use that. it's so thick
#37
Quote by KoenDercksen
Big Stubby 2mm


Same
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#39
Quote by SeeEmilyPlay
lol too thick for me!



hehehe.. ... why you buy that pick?the one in your thread
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