#1
So somedbody reccoment me a pick that is thinner then a fender medium pick but thicker then a fender thin pick. Something in between the 2.
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#3
lol..just go the store and try some out. It's not that hard to decide whether a pick is comfortable or not. <_<
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#5
Budget?
Genres?
Are you willing to go used?
Location (so I can browse CL for you)?
What gear will you be using the pick with?
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#6
Fender picks are cheap.

They're alright for practice, but if you really want to be serious, save up your money for one of those nice Paul Gilbert picks.
#7
Quote by Jet_Black88
Fender picks are cheap.

They're alright for practice, but if you really want to be serious, save up your money for one of those nice Paul Gilbert picks.



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#8
I can't possibly do enough for this thread...
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#9
I use this one:




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#11
Quote by tubetime86
Budget?
Genres?
Are you willing to go used?
Location (so I can browse CL for you)?
What gear will you be using the pick with?


Amazing!
#12
You guys are forgetting the most important part of choosing a pick. The color...

You gotta get a really cool looking pick, not a solid color (especially not green).
Something swirly...


However, on a serious side. Since I truely believe there is no such thing as a dumb question (although this is about as close as you can get), I must practice what I preach and give a real answer.

I like These. I've been using the same pick (.6 MM) for 6 weeks. Not the same type/size, but the EXACT same pick for 6 weeks. It hasn't chipped, cracked or worn. Hasn't even developed rough edges.

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Last edited by jonmo1 at Oct 6, 2009,