#1
Hi guys !

I use this pick from Ibanez :

http://www.musicstore.de/is-bin/INTERSHOP.enfinity/WFS/MusicStore-MusicStoreShop-Site/de_DE/-/EUR/ViewProductDetail-Start;?SKU=ACC0002135-000&ProductUUID=0

but everytime I play fast the picks from Ibanez fray so fast and I have to take a new. By reason I don´t have the money to buy permanent new picks.
So how I asked in the title, do you know picks which don´t fray so fast ?


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A Dunlop Tortex 1mm or 1.33 mm?

+1

get the yellow ones for speed
or the purple 1.35 if you wanna be like slash
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A Dunlop Tortex 1mm or 1.33 mm?


+1 on the totex 1mm's
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#7
i get custom ones made from Intune guitar picks..theyre great..never had one problem with them and they dont cost a ton of money to get made..
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I like to sharpen them and go to people i hate and scrape them on peoples faces.

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#9
As almost everyone have and will recommend you, just get some Dunlop ones. Personally I use 0.88mm Tortex.
#10
any tortex wont break. srongests picks ever made. i think i have a .60 mm from a year ago
#12
Jazz III's are pretty much the **** for fast picking. They never break, they just get dull. They might be too small for some people, though.
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#13
Dunlop Ultex are my favorites.
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Vpicks man.... V Picks are the way.
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Dunlop Jazz III ftw
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#16
i am in a metalcore band... so there are countless parts in songs where i have to cross pick like mad... i used to use fender pearloid pick and i would crack one of those a day

i bought a pack of red tortex's (the thinnest ones) and i have yet to break one.
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#18
Tortex picks all the way. I have some from like a year and a half ago that I still use. Granted, the tip is just beginning to bend, but hey. Nothing's perfect.

On a serious note though.... get Tortex. 60mm through 1mm are excellent. I've used the lighter ones, and they are only good for acoustic....
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#19
Dunlops are all good, none of them wear very fast. The Nylons and Tortexs especially.
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