#1
I used Dunlop tortex 1.0, and I switched to Dunlop ultex sharp 2.0's and I'm not going to lie. These picks madey picking 5-10 % faster. It's awesome. They feel better In my hand than any other pick I've ever used. Give one a try and tell my what you think.
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#2
I got faster by using Jazz 3's. Best pick ever made.
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#4
I also changed to Ultex Sharp and thought it was the best pick ever. Then I found about Jazz IIIs.
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#5
Maybe I'm weird... But I don't like the feel of jazz III. I was told about them from my teacher and they dont fit my fingers right or something.
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#6
I use steel picks. Can't even play with anything else anymore. Feels weird.
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#7
dont fall into the jazz III curse. ultex's are great but once u go jazz, its really hard to use a normal pick. and you will notice their less attack and how fast they dull
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Maybe I'm weird... But I don't like the feel of jazz III. I was told about them from my teacher and they dont fit my fingers right or something.


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Picks, like nearly everything else related to guitar, are subjective. Different people play best with different kinds of picks. There is no best one, or worst one. Kind of like how there's not good necks or bad necks, "fast" necks or "slow" necks on a guitar.
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#10
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Shun the non-believer!



Picks, like nearly everything else related to guitar, are subjective. Different people play best with different kinds of picks. There is no best one, or worst one. Kind of like how there's not good necks or bad necks, "fast" necks or "slow" necks on a guitar.



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no but really, this guy is spot on, subjective no better or worse its what u like
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#12
To be honest its a thing of personal preference. I used Jazz III for a loooong time, and then changed to Dunlop tortex 0,8 green, and man, even they arent that sharp or hard - its just a better pick for me, and I can shred faster with green 0,8...

Personal preference.