#1
alot of shredders use some sot of jazz pics or something .can u tell me what are they called and which company makes them.i think gilbert and sme other shredders use them dnt knw wch 1 exactly pls help.
#2
dunlop makes some nice jazz picks... im not sure what gilbert uses though
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#6
This is the Jim Dunlop Jazz III, nylon.


If you ask me, i'd prefer the Paul Gilbert model, celuloid.

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Note* The Paul Gilbert sig. pick have 2 different similar kinds. The black and the white color have embeded fonts so you can feel some pits on it, while the candy apple and blue is just flat surface with the graphics layered on top, so you can feel some bumps.

http://ibanez.com/accessories/spec.asp?m=114&z=y
http://www.jimdunlop.com/products/picks/products/nylon/index.html
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#8
I use Dunlop Stubbys, in 1mm & 2mm, they're very similar to the Jazz, and I like them alot.
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#9
what do you think about dunlop stubby 3.0 s
they r really hard to get used to though
#10
^Too thick, I would think.

Hey guys! I just started playing electric guitar should I get a Gabson Lay Pall or a Femdor Startokaster. I like the picks on the gabsons but i like how sweet femdors look. Beforre i get a gabson what company makes them?
#11
I use the Big Stubby (2mm) almost exclusively, it's great for shredding (and just about everything else)
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#13
right now I'm playing the green dunlop tortex jazz III's. I still use dunlop tortex 2mms sometimes though, depends on teh tone I want. if I want al otu shred then the tortex, if I wnat somethign mroe jazzy, and a bit more mellow I pull out my gator.
#14
dunlop tortex sharp....73 mm...the yellow ones...amazing for shredding
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i use gator grips, 1.5mm, but I'm starting to get pissed off with them. The time it takes the friction-y covering (talc?) to wear off can be measured in nanoseconds. And they get serrated pretty quickly too. I mean, if I do a few pickscrapes, I can wear one out in a day. Grr.

So no help, then, just an advisement to avoid one...

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#18
well i used to use tortex 1.14 purples for a whiel, but i just stoel a 12 pack or 1.5 blue gator pix and i dunno, they feel a bit too heavey for me, i cant tremolo pick as well. i think ill ahve to go back to 1.14's they alst me pretty long too
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i use gator grips, 1.5mm, but I'm starting to get pissed off with them. The time it takes the friction-y covering (talc?) to wear off can be measured in nanoseconds. And they get serrated pretty quickly too. I mean, if I do a few pickscrapes, I can wear one out in a day. Grr.

So no help, then, just an advisement to avoid one...




that is true wears off super fast
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