Poll: Favorite guitar pick
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View poll results: Favorite guitar pick
Dunlop Tortex picks
10 59%
Dunlop Gator Grips
0 0%
Dunlop Jazz 3s
7 41%
Voters: 17.
#1
For me it's got to be the 1.14mm Tortex picks. I love the texture of Gator Grips but I feel like there's a little bit more friction against the strings thus making picking feel harder. I'm not too big a fan of Jazz 3s.

Tell me your choice and why you chose it.
#2


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#3
Jazz 3 by a country mile. I use the ultex 2mm. Though I do give an an edge to my gravity pick
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#5
I have a little red Jazz 3, in my opinion, I like it because it makes fast picking easier. The other picks feel kind of too large for me to pick with, and not too comfortable when strumming.
#7
Use whatever you want. Picks are cheap, buy all 3 kinds and see what you like the most.

Personally I like Jazz III carbon fiber max grip.
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#10
I use 2mm Gator Grips, I actually think they slide across the strings very easily. They're not very articulate picks though, they have a dark sort of tone to them. You don't get piercing clarity like you would say a Dragon's Heart guitar pick or something else like that. I only use thick picks, but as far as I can tell they work well for lead playing, a little difficult to get galloping rhythms going on the low E string though. I also wish the point was a little more defined. I gotta get around to trying Jazz III's that everyone seems to use.
#11
anthonymarisc I hated the idea of them at first, because they're so small. But after getting used to them I use them for most of my metal needs.
#12
JP Jazz IIIs and Tortex .88s are my mains. Ultex 1.0 is growing on me, try them if you want to accentuate your playing, very crisp and clean.
#13
Quote by 21GunSalute
Jazz 3 by a country mile. I use the ultex 2mm. Though I do give an an edge to my gravity pick


I'm using Gravity picks these days -- the 2mm Razer Standard (though the most recent buy was of a dozen of Rob Chapman's signature picks, which just happen to be 2mm Razer Standards in another color). I haven't tried Gravity's "gold" picks yet; I just can't bring myself to pay that much money for a steenkeeng pick, especially just to try out.
#14
Quote by T00DEEPBLUE
Use whatever you want. Picks are cheap, buy all 3 kinds and see what you like the most.

Personally I like Jazz III carbon fiber max grip.

I buy a LOT it's just seeing what other people like and why
#15
Quote by dspellman
I'm using Gravity picks these days -- the 2mm Razer Standard (though the most recent buy was of a dozen of Rob Chapman's signature picks, which just happen to be 2mm Razer Standards in another color). I haven't tried Gravity's "gold" picks yet; I just can't bring myself to pay that much money for a steenkeeng pick, especially just to try out.

The Gravity Golds look SICK I really want to try one, but yeah they are REALLY expensive and if I didn't use it it would be such a waste.
#16
Quote by Liaztraht
anthonymarisc I hated the idea of them at first, because they're so small. But after getting used to them I use them for most of my metal needs.

I agree I use the JPs a lot and they are a bit bigger which seems to be a sweet spot for me
#17
Quote by anthonymarisc
I use 2mm Gator Grips, I actually think they slide across the strings very easily. They're not very articulate picks though, they have a dark sort of tone to them. You don't get piercing clarity like you would say a Dragon's Heart guitar pick or something else like that. I only use thick picks, but as far as I can tell they work well for lead playing, a little difficult to get galloping rhythms going on the low E string though. I also wish the point was a little more defined. I gotta get around to trying Jazz III's that everyone seems to use.

The Gator 1.5 works way better for that stuff honestly, you may want to try out some