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#3
The guitar kind.
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#6
i use a pick a buddy made for me out of a quarter...its 90% silver and when i use it on my acoustic it makes a really unique tone...friggin awesome if u ask me, only bad thing is - no pick guard :O so i gotta watch out when i strum
#8
Dunlop Big Stubby 2.0mm's. They're see-thru purple, which just happens to be my favorite color. I've also been inspired by Billy Gibbons and Brian May (Who infact uses a sixpence) to play with a quarter when I do slower stuff. But it doesn't do alternate picking.
#10
i use the THICKEST i can find
i usually find myself using bass picks or picks arounf 3.0 mm
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#11
Fender heavy white or black colored
Agile AL-3000 Cherry Sunburst
Fender American Strat HSS
1981 Yamaha FG-335II
Crate V1512 (USA made)
Fender Frontman 15R
Dunlop Crybaby Slash Wah
MXR EVH Phase 90
Ibanez TS9 w/ Keeley Baked Mod
Boss SD-1
Boss DD-3
#12
Jim dunlops... large thin ones....... its just what im used to......
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#14
Jim Dunlop .73 Tortex

2001 Fender MIM Stratocaster
1987 Fender F-210 Acoustic
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Traynor YCV40
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MXR M-108
EHX Metal Muff
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#17
Jim Dunlop Tortex .88 and 1.0 on electric
and Fender Medium on Acoustic.
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#18
right now im using a jim dunlop tortex with a black label society logo on it i got from a guitar world magazine. i think its 1.0 mm, which is what i usually use
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#20
Thick Gibson picks... Sometimes mediums, but most of the time I use heavier picks. Not gigantic like that ^ tho. >_>
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#21
Dunlop Tortex .50mm
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#23
haha i use the best pics ever thier from my dads work he works at this restaurant and i guess they have them for advertising they have the companys logo on them and thier actually pretty good
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#24
metal... Icepicks brand. Prefer the flexi copper ones for rhythm and acoustic, and the heavy bronze for lead. the alu ones wear quickly and cover your fingers with ****. nylon/tolex just feels weird to me now.
#25
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Thick Gibson picks... Sometimes mediums, but most of the time I use heavier picks. Not gigantic like that ^ tho. >_>


lol theyre huge, but i love em
#26
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#27
dunlop ultex 1.0mm
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#29
some kind of dunlop
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#30
dunlop tortex 0.88 mm (the green) but i need to switch to the orange, not sure of the thickness on it
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#31
usually Dunlops, usually either a .60 or a .71 or .73
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#35
green dunlop tortex all the way man
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alvarez acoustic (very old)
Woods Classical
Digitech GNX 3
#36
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You've gotta get used to them. I can't shred comfortabely without em.
#37
Thick ones, I love big, thick, pri......I mean picks

I use dunlops
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#39

Dunlop Gator Grip

Works great for practically everything I play. Dunlop picks in general are just phenomenal. The Tortexes are awesome, too.
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