#1
Has anyone ever used a stone pick and how do they compare to regular ones?
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#3
You use 5 cm thick picks?
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#5
Maybe he...

I don't know. There is NO reasonable explanation for using two-inch thick picks.
#6
Sounds more like a description of his penis......

But what's wrong with plastic ones that makes you want to use stone?
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#7
I don't think there's any point in actually playing with the stone ones. I think they're just to show off with. Who would play 25 dollars for a ****ing pick, anyway?

Just get Dunlops or Fenders.
#8
Nope, i just use the good old plastic ones.
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#9
well no it depends.
plastic jim dunlops, like the plastic blue or the green ones, crack to easily and they also get worn too easy.
you need a pick whos "tip" stays "sharp" in a sense
that being said, id rather have 25 picks and i'll throw them out once their not up to par, rather than 1 pick, which i'll lose
#10
I'm not using Jim Dunlop picks anymore 'coz they charge nearly £30 for replacement pots for their wahs bastards...
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#11
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I don't think there's any point in actually playing with the stone ones. I think they're just to show off with. Who would play 25 dollars for a ****ing pick, anyway?

Just get Dunlops or Fenders.


you think thats expensive check out the light pick http://www.sclw.net/lightpicks/ got these guys through my myspace
#12
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I'm not using Jim Dunlop picks anymore 'coz they charge nearly £30 for replacement pots for their wahs bastards...


http://www.smallbearelec.com/Detail.bok?no=364

I make that £17 + postage

Still not far off twice the price of a non-Dunlop pot mind you
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#14
I use Jazz III's
Those are the best ive ever played with

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