#1
are they that good? im a metalcore player and i was wondering, will it benefit my playing a lot? I play rhythm
#2
you cant do pinch harmonics with them..i have them..i dont know what differences you were going to expect.
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#3
i would suggest picking up some jazz 3's. once you start, you'll never want to use anything else. pinched harmonics like its nothing. super accurate and improve your speed quite a bit. nice and grippy too (the red ones, black ones r super smooth) and they don't slip even wen ur sweating balls. real good picks. give em a shot
#4
Sik Piks are no good for rhythm; mine always catch on the strings when I'm strumming chords really hard. Feeling like you're going to break your strings = no bueno. For lead, they're pretty good, but jazz IIIs seem to be everyone's favorite pick here. Try a Big Stubby if the Jazz III is too small for you (I have sasquatch hands, so I can't get used to Jazz IIIs).
#5
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Sik Piks are no good for rhythm; mine always catch on the strings when I'm strumming chords really hard. Feeling like you're going to break your strings = no bueno. For lead, they're pretty good, but jazz IIIs seem to be everyone's favorite pick here. Try a Big Stubby if the Jazz III is too small for you (I have sasquatch hands, so I can't get used to Jazz IIIs).


they make a xl version of the the jazz III...jussayin
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