#1
Does anybody have any advice on what gauge pick to use for what music genre, tempo, etc.?
#2
this is a massive oversimplification but i generally prefer thinner picks for more strumming type stuff and thicker picks for more shreddy or heavier type stuff.

most of it is preference, though. and what you're used to.
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this is a massive oversimplification but i generally prefer thinner picks for more strumming type stuff and thicker picks for more shreddy or heavier type stuff.

most of it is preference, though. and what you're used to.
Also depends on material. Some are a lot stiffer than others.

For fast metal, thick and pointy picks are generally preferred as they give you precision for fast stuff. For cowboy chord singer songwriter stuff thin and not-pointy picks are generally preferred as you can keep a tight grip on them while strumming as hard as you like without them catching or anything. Other stuff, it totally depends though I'm sure different genres have their own widespread favourites.

I've gone through so many different pick preferences I'd have a hard time listing them.
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#4
Buy a variety pack to see what works best for you.
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#5
^ yeah that's a decent idea. often they only have the very popular gauges etc., but it's still normally better than nothing.

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Also depends on material. Some are a lot stiffer than others.

For fast metal, thick and pointy picks are generally preferred as they give you precision for fast stuff. For cowboy chord singer songwriter stuff thin and not-pointy picks are generally preferred as you can keep a tight grip on them while strumming as hard as you like without them catching or anything. Other stuff, it totally depends though I'm sure different genres have their own widespread favourites.

I've gone through so many different pick preferences I'd have a hard time listing them.


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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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