#1
Ok, I have 3 differnt picks and I have no idea what the difference is between them.
I have a

1mm
0.9amm
and
1.14mm

so what's so differnt about them, do they make you play easier?
#3
Just different thicknesses. I use a 1.14 mm because I like the feel of it. I can play a bit faster with it versus a flimsy one but that's about it.
My Gear:
ESP LTD KH-202
Peavey Triple XXX
#5
just own preference, different thickness can make you play faster, acurate etc...

I prefer .071 to 1mm
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Mad Professor Sky Blue OD
Wampler Ego Compressor
TC Electronics Stereo Chorus/Flanger
#7
sorry i have to say this....

theres no such thing as plectrums. the actual word is plectra

just had to get that out of my head dont mind me
Gear
-Ibanez RG321 ( /w D-Sonic)
-Agile AL-3100 (/w Custom + '59)
-Yamaha FG730S
-Crybaby 535Q
-Keeley TS-9
-ISP Decimator
-B-52 AT-212
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#8
You should go buy a wide variety of thickness, shape, and material picks to find out your preferance.

Personally I like the standard shaped jim dunlops .96 .73 and .60 . The 73 tends to be my favorite as it is very all rounding.

Cheers.
#9
If you're strumming you might want a thinner plectrum - thicker picks tend to catch on the strings more when you're playing chords, whereas you might use a thicker one for picking out riffs, or if you're using JD picks, you can turn the pick round and use the thick end when you want to pick.