#2
Its all preference. Try it and find out.
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#3
Some would say so, but practice is the best way to go about it; I sweep, string skip, and tremolo better on Dunlop Points then on Jazz 3's. All and all, size of the pick does do something, but not much.
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#4
Size does a lot. I can't stand the big picks anymore, irritating to mess with. To me Jazz III's make a big difference in everything, including string skipping.

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#5
i love the jazz III's, they're great and just make it easier to play, especially in shred. i think they take getting used to but they are better to use.
#6
I heavily depended on Jazz III's before, but now I can't stand them, they're too thick, I know it's all preference, but Dunlop Tortex .60 mm is perfect for sweeping, string skipping and... yeah, shred.
#7
Finding a good pick is a personal thing

You'll know when you find the right one, it should be a natural extension of the hand thats not cumbersome or hard to hold.
#8
It is a personal thing, there isn't a universal "this size pick is perfect for x technique." There are some rules of thumb, but it is mainly what feels most comfortable to you that matters.

However, I don't really see how the pick itself would be able to make string skipping easier. The pick isn't actually involved in the string skipping aspect of it.