#1
You know how everybody's always talking about what a tone freak Eric Johnson is? Well allow me to show you the latest development.


http://www.jimdunlop.com/index.php?page=products/pip&id=371&pmh=products/picks


Eric Johnson signature picks.


Now that I've seen these, I have to track them down and acquire some to see if they're actually any different from regular jazz IIIs.


What do you guys think of them?
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#5
^ Have they? I was just looking around on Dunlops site the other day, looking for a Carbon Copy retailer, and I ran across them.
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why didnt you just play like crap?
if you need help with that, ask Vincent745



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Awe, so cute...

How old are you?



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#7
Those look like regular Jazz IIIs with a slightly duller tip. I usually throw my picks away when they start to get worn out.
#8
They are shaved down all over, thinner than regular jazz III's. A thinner pick produces a brighter, more articulate tone when you pick, so there definitely is a tonal difference. The trade off is always that they run out fast.
#9
^ I dunno, I kinda like duller picks. Of course, I like a more mellow tone as well.
Mitch Hedberg Group
http://groups.ultimate-guitar.com/koalabears/

Quote by Irnmaiden4life
why didnt you just play like crap?
if you need help with that, ask Vincent745



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Awe, so cute...

How old are you?



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Old enough to yell rape.