#1
Would the gauge of your pick have anything to do with the bass and trebble your guitar sends out? I normally use about .48's, and used a .36 today and my guitar sounds highly bassey if I palm mute, and now I cant find my .48 to see if my amp is messing up, so rather than going all the way to town today, I ask j00inz.

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#3
the only thing is does is serve preference and attack. A thicker pick will have a ****load more attack, where as a thinner pick would not have as much of an attack
#5
Also, it's pretty hard to play fast with a really thin pick that bends a lot.
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#6
If you used a .36 then a 1mm you'd notice a bit of a difference in sound, but mostly its how you play.
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the only thing is does is serve preference and attack. A thicker pick will have a ****load more attack, where as a thinner pick would not have as much of an attack

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