#8
i like dunlop stubbies the 2mm ones
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#9
marbled green fender, ultra thin
Jazzer by day, rocker by night

Gear:

Washburn Lyon- (my mate)- Maverick
Fender Acoustic- (my brother)- Lou
and my favorite

Selmer Hummingbird
Reference 54 Alto Saxophone (my baby)- Apollo
#10
i used to use a dava metal tip one, but got weened off it by pickboys carbon nylon .88s
#12
i love the paul gilbert signiture picks, They made by ibanez and quite hard to get hold of. They're really heavy. They're pretty much like a jim dunlop jazz III plec but a bit thinner, I've played with other plectrums but theres always just one thing which makes it a little worse than the paul gilbert ones. Perfection for my right hand.
#16
"Favorite pick thread #85759393746325126495048343666758734734956668948346735'

Dunlop Tortex .88mm
#18
pick:
i use gibson usa heavy bass picks on an electric guitar
guitar:
i play a SQUIRE SHOWMASTER (RARE)
#23
Dunlop Big Stubbies 3mm

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k guys i play real metal like atreyu and stuff
#24
i used to use the fender medium california clears, but now i use dunlop tortex .60mm picks (the orange ones), and they serve me more than well
#25
Fender 1.0 mm heavies, not too thick or too thin, good color selection, fairly long lasting, decent price. Also, I usually just grab a handful of heavies whenever I go to a guitar store. I have soooo many picks.
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Jackson DK2M -> ISP Decimator -> Peavey 6505 Combo
#26
my dunlop stubby, and this orange pick...im guessing a dunlop tortex..i think it's heavy, not so sure..i found it in my room...amongst my fender mediums i used to use when i wasn't as good as i've gotten now..like three-four months ago...god i have so many picks
G-G-G D-E-C C chord
#27
dunlop .60, they seem popular, just enough thickness to seem sturdy but thin enough for fast picking.
#28
D-Tortex 1.0mm
Tone is all ...... well probably 75%, in your fingers.
The rest depends on your wallet's thickness !!

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