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I just got adicted to Jim Dunlop USA "Big Stubby 3.0mm Picks". These picks kick ass because they make pinch harmonix easy and they are extremely fast (after a couple hours of playing). What is your favorite pick and why?
#4
Damn, 3mm?! Common! That's, like, waaaaaay too thick!

I play Dunlops .78, the white ones with artwork.
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Oh, and when I don't have a pick around, I use the 2 rouble coin \m/ , just like Brian May, only he used British money, but it doesn't matter, does it?
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#10
I really like Dunlop Jazz III's. They're so tiny but comfortable to play for me. Then again, I don't really do any pinch harmonics a lot, but it is easier to pick and strum for me with them.
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i have this fender 60th aniversary one. its so grippy its yummy.

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#12
3 mm big stubbies are amazing for shred because they have no give in them, so i can tremelo pick like jesus on crack.

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Dunlop tortishell pics, Heavy
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I use Fender Mediums. They're pretty nice and my local shop sells them in packs of 12 so I can just stock up when needed.
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#17
75 mm Preformer, Easy to tremolo pick with and dont bend (in time) as easy as some of the other smaller picks do
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#19
I use Dunlop Tortex 1.14.

Thicker doesn't allow for precise alternate picking and thinner doesn't keep stiff enough to pick accurately.
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I don't like the Big Stubbies, they "plink" on my strings, and sound too mellow, so I tried going down to 2mm, but they couldn't take downpicking without bending the tip, so I now use 1mm Tortex.
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Damn, 3mm?! Common! That's, like, waaaaaay too thick!

I play Dunlops .78, the white ones with artwork.


Have you seen the picks that gypsy jazz guitarists play with? 3.5mm are not uncommon. Wegen Picks carry picks even thicker.

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#24
Dunlop 1mm Tortex triangles. They are nice and stiff, without getting too stiff. If I used stiffer/thicker picks it would sound bad because I hit the strings so hard.
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#26
Dunlop .60s, they dont bend and good for funk stuff - I just cant use anything else.
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#27
stubbies = bufftastic. i got one, very good for all types
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#28
I'd ban Stubbies from airplanes, you can ****ing kill a man with one of those!
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#30
.78 tortex's, big stubby's.

The Big Stubby is getting to be my new favorite pick fast.
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#31
Big stubby, 1mms.
They're thin but they dont bend around like other picks, but saying that mine shattered into a million peices because i dropped my amp onto it. But I loved it anyways. =( Too bad I can't find them anymore.
#33
I dont really like the Big Stubbys, i find they squeak on the strings to much. I preffer Dunlop Tortex. The blue ones.
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#35
Dava ones with a rubber grip that I peel off at the picking end, they look about 1mm. And roswell crash sites.
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#37
Tortex Green and Purple.
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#38
Dean Markley LH. Really thin suckers but made out of stiff plastic of some sort. I don't really know, I just know I like them.
#39
Tortex 0.77. I lost mine and I'm playing with a 1.13.. I hate it.
#40
I used the Ibanez Artist Paul Gilbert picks.. very nice.
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