#1
Just wondering, currently I've been using a 0.46 or a 0.48 pick (I can't remember which) and I was wondering what the best type of pick would be suitable for tremolo.

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#3
For tremelo picking? Anything around 1mm or above...anything less you might as well be using a gnat's wing!
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#5
Dunlop Tortex 1.14mm.
But they are kinda noisy (pick contact) when you are playing at high gain.
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#6
Dunlop Jazz III. My favorite picks. Great for tremelo picking.
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#7
im using some brand named pickboy jazz picks that my guitar teacher recommened and sold to me so i dotn have the site but do some looking and you wont be dissapointed there great for tremolo (a lil small though u gotta get use to them) i think there 1.14 or 1.5 sorry i cant rember but there good either way
#8
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Dunlop Jazz III. My favorite picks. Great for tremelo picking.


Those are great for everything. The only thing they might be questionable for is chordal stuff.
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