#1
I notice that there different size of picks thin, mediem, and heavy. Do these sizes mean for beginners to pros? or what.
Last edited by guitarzero at Sep 10, 2007,
#3
different pick sizes are good for different playing styles, for example thinner picks are better for strumming chords while thicker ones are better for single string progressions. In the end though it all comes down to preference.
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Ashton AG131
Ashton GA10 (amp)
Marshall MG250DX (gasp, i know...)
Ibanez S470DXQM
EH Metal Muff
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#4
^yes.

as far as ur MG, i had an MG30DFX. sold it to a guy for $130USD!!!
so u have hope!
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#5
Quote by ECistheBest
^yes.

as far as ur MG, i had an MG30DFX. sold it to a guy for $130USD!!!
so u have hope!

yeah I'm gonna sell it once I have some money saved up for my next amp & the money I get for that can go towards my amp budget.

*edit* I wonder how that guy felt when he realized he could've done much better for $130... still, a good deal on your part though
My Gear:
Ashton AG131
Ashton GA10 (amp)
Marshall MG250DX (gasp, i know...)
Ibanez S470DXQM
EH Metal Muff
(\__/)
(='.'=)
(")_(") ... he's gaining power
Last edited by icyblue at Sep 10, 2007,
#6
^noice! good call. i was glad i sold the MG.
Call me "Shot".

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Custom Hand-wired Amplifiers and Effect Pedals.

Est. 2007


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