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#1
I got some awesome plectrums a few weeks ago from DugaunPicks.com
There amaizing.
I have the mammoth one, a glass one, a wood, a few stone etc and there wicked!

Does anybody know what bronze plectrums sound like
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#3
Rock, Blues, I will be doing more soon.
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#6
New Pick Days now???... i say no sir

Quote by potatohead_33
Isn't it plectum?

Sans R


no, it's plectrum, but no one calls them that

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#7
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okay well unless u play classical never call them plectrums ever again, its a pick


hahaha awesome set up for that burn...anyway i'll take my awe-in-one picks over em...awe-in-one make some great great picks...there is a video of me demo'ing them at www.youtube.com/user/chuckmehh
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#8
Quote by SPBY
New Pick Days now???... i say no sir


no, it's plectrum, but no one calls them that


Hmm

Must have been confused with rectum


#11
DugaunPicks.com doesn't exist. Give the actual website, I want to see what you bought.
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I tried it out in store.

Great neck, nice n light, good tuning stability. Overall a good guitar. I didn't but it cause I generally only buy guitars over a grand now.
#12
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DugaunPicks.com doesn't exist. Give the actual website, I want to see what you bought.


google can answer your inquiry
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#13
I like my Tortex thank you.

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I like my Tortex thank you.

Me too... I like the turtles
all I ever wanted was to pick apart the day
put the pieces back together my way
#15
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You paid 50 pounds for a mammoth tusk guitarpick? O.o


Yeah!
There awesome!
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#16
Given my habit of losing seemingly every pick that crosses my path, I'd think it's best to just stick to my JazzIII's. They're a whole lot less expensive.

Seriously, I get the craftsmanship and stuff, but why pay 10 pounds for a pick? Are they THAT much better?
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If he had stocks i'd hope he could spell the name correctly
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#20
Quote by Y00p
Given my habit of losing seemingly every pick that crosses my path, I'd think it's best to just stick to my JazzIII's. They're a whole lot less expensive.

Seriously, I get the craftsmanship and stuff, but why pay 10 pounds for a pick? Are they THAT much better?



There are in a league of there own!
They sound insane!
Please believe me!
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#21
Quote by Macintoshmaster
There are in a league of there own!
They sound insane!
Please believe me!

Well, let's hear it then, how do they stack up against the JazzIII's, which are more a rule than an exception, here.
#22
Quote by Y00p
Well, let's hear it then, how do they stack up against the JazzIII's, which are more a rule than an exception, here.



JazzIII's are lego compared to Dugain!

C,mon! Real stone, a MAMMOTH! and loads more!

Not the lego that JazzIII's are made from!
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#23
Quote by Macintoshmaster
JazzIII's are lego compared to Dugain!

C,mon! Real stone, a MAMMOTH! and loads more!

Not the lego that JazzIII's are made from!


But mammoths were not good guitar players and therefore i can't see why a "MAMMOTH" tusk would be SO much better.

Saying that, those wooden pickups look great, not £10 great but still. I quite like the idea of thumb/index finger carves.
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#24
Quote by Macintoshmaster
JazzIII's are lego compared to Dugain!

C,mon! Real stone, a MAMMOTH! and loads more!

Not the lego that JazzIII's are made from!

If you want us to buy these things, hell, if you're even trying to sell ANYTHING, you're going to have to have more than 'it's a different material.'

What do they feel like, sound like, how fast do they wear? You can't just go around saying 'It's real stone, real mammoth tusk etc'. I don't care if it is. Could be a polished turd, for all I car. I want to know how they PLAY.
#25
He sounds like he's trying to market these picks to us -_-

50 pounds?

jeez and here i have friends playing with the plastic things that hold bread bags and milk bags closed.

-goes off and enjoys his 30 cent bargain picks-

YAHOO
#26
Quote by Y00p
If you want us to buy these things, hell, if you're even trying to sell ANYTHING, you're going to have to have more than 'it's a different material.'

What do they feel like, sound like, how fast do they wear? You can't just go around saying 'It's real stone, real mammoth tusk etc'. I don't care if it is. Could be a polished turd, for all I car. I want to know how they PLAY.



There not my plectrums business (I don't and can't sell them),

eMail the owner about question.

The mammoth tusk ones plays wicked and sound wicked!
They play so easy and man they are smooth!
I like the hematite plectrum (super heavy!)

eMail billy at: info@dugainpicks.com he will explain - may take him up to a week to reply as he is very busy.

I would never go back to lego picks, never, ever.

They are so comfy on the hand.

I LOVE THEM!
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#27
Quote by ILuvPillows?
But mammoths were not good guitar players



How do you know?
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#28
Quote by Macintoshmaster
How do you know?


..It's a mammoth.
Quote by grimms
All I know is that if UG were a prison, all of us will either be dead, a prison bitch, or a dead prison bitch.


...
#29
Quote by ILuvPillows?
..It's a mammoth.



So what?
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#31
Quote by Macintoshmaster
So what?


You've ruined that website for me with your multiple posts about how great they are and the repeated "So what?".

Shame on you.
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All I know is that if UG were a prison, all of us will either be dead, a prison bitch, or a dead prison bitch.


...
#32
Quote by ILuvPillows?
You've ruined that website for me with your multiple posts about how great they are and the repeated "So what?".

Shame on you.



I'm Sorry!
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#33
Quote by ILuvPillows?
You've ruined that website for me with your multiple posts about how great they are and the repeated "So what?".

Shame on you.


I bet a mammoth is better at guitar than slash, easy...
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#34
It just means that he has no proof to why these are better.

Now he's trying to convince us that he made a smart purchace.....and failing.
#35
Quote by siverstorm
It just means that he has no proof to why these are better.

Now he's trying to convince us that he made a smart purchace.....and failing.



Sure, if you want to use 3+ plectrum made from lego than thats fair enough!
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#36
Hey. It works.

:P

if you can justify spending 50 pounds on a pick then by all means.
But until you can PROVE that it's worth the money i'm going to stay with my bargain picks and lol @ you.
#37
Quote by siverstorm
Hey. It works.

:P

if you can justify spending 50 pounds on a pick then by all means.
But until you can PROVE that it's worth the money i'm going to stay with my bargain picks and lol @ you.



How can I prove?
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#39
Quote by Macintoshmaster
How can I prove?


Quote by Y00p
Well, let's hear it then, how do they stack up against the JazzIII's, which are more a rule than an exception, here.


Audio clips?

Honestly even if they feel better. How much of a tone difference is there? Not much if any I assume.

Besides stating the obvious that they are made out of different material wheres the proof?

OH and.

Quote by Macintoshmaster
I bet a mammoth is better at guitar than slash, easy...


just stop lmao.

I don't know whether to find this hilarious or ridiculous.
#40
Quote by siverstorm
Audio clips?

Honestly even if they feel better. How much of a tone difference is there? Not much if any I assume.

Besides stating the obvious that they are made out of different material wheres the proof?

OH and.


just stop lmao.

I don't know whether to find this hilarious or ridiculous.


A Mammoth would blow you outa ya boots
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