#4
not sure, I think it's 0.50 or 0.60 mm
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#5
Since I tore the package and I wore off the labeling, I don't know what gauge they are, but I use the Light Blue Tortexes. They are on the heavy side.
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#6
lately ive been experimenting with 2 types of picks...trying to see the pros/cons/which i use better..

at the mo using a dunlop small red jazz I pick
and a big floppy .60mm nylon dunlop pick
#7
jazz III's, or big stubby 3 mm's

the thicker the better \m/
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#8
I tryed using a .6mm at one point, mostly when I was first starting, and I think it sounds better on chords... because you don't hear individual strings (so I still keep some around for playing BG). But when I'm playing picking or a combination of strumming and picking (What I usually play) I used the heavier gauge. So, I follow with you Misanthropy.
#9
I use 4 picks that are permanently attached to my fingers. Pretty keen. Anyway, take it to the EG or acoustic forum.
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#10
Dunlop 1.14 mm
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