#1
Is there an ideal size and thickness for a pick for playing funk music?
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#2
Whatever you feel comfortable with. You should be able to get the sound you're looking for with any pick, you've just gotta feel it.
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#3
picks are preference. that's basically what this threads gonna end up saying. for funky stuff i use like a .73mm or yellow tortex the .73mm probably aint right, but its around there.
#4
with picks, theres really no advice that can be given. im a metal guy and i know all kinds of guys that use the same picks and i know other metal guys that like completely different picks
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#5
For the typical funk guitar sound, a thin pick would probably work best since it would give you that natural attack.

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