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#1
i use the jimi hendrix signiture ones, they look nice also i cant stand thin picks i hafta have heavy ones
meh
#5
Jim Dunlop Jazz III's.
No question, ****ing amazing picks... takes a while to get used to but ****ing kicks ass.
#6
Fender's classic 351 medium pick, in orange-black. It is, according to rolling stones magazine, the most popular guitar pick in the world.
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#7
I use the huge triangular ones, usually about .7 mm or so. Regular pics slide out of my hand a lot :<
#10
I used to use Tortex Jazz M3s but I recently (just yesterday) switched to regular sized Tortexes (I use .60, .73, and .88 depending on what I'm playing). I have also played with Dunlop Big Stubbies but they don't last long imo, the tips seem to break real fast.
#11
Quote by exect4500
tortex 88 mm.

Same for me.
I'm really not very picky ()... if it isn't too thin, I'll use it.
#12
Medium or heavy Fender picks. Not a whole lot of effect on my playing in my opinion between the two so it doesn't really matter to me.
#13
I like thicker picks, when I use the thin ones I get the sound of the thin pick flapping against the strings, thick picks give me a clean sound. They're also great for tremolo picking.
#14
I use Dunlop Gator Grips, .96mm. I love them, but I've been meaning to try the Jazz IIIs that everyone seems to love so much. What's so great about them, anyway?
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#15
Tortex .88 or 1, the green or blue ones
I'm gonna try some Jazz III's next time I need something at MF
#16
Dunlop gator grips .71
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#17
I use Dunlop Tortex 1MM.I lose em' before they wear out.
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#18
D'Andrea Pro Plec or Fender Classic Celluloid white in heavy or extra heavy
2003 Music Man Axis Pacific Blue Burst
#20
I have Fender green ones(I think M/H) but I am gonna try out some Jazz IIIs to see if I like them better.
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#21
dunlop jazz IIIs i prefer the xls, but i can never find them so ive been usuing the small ones lately
#22
I prefer fairly thick picks. I'm currently using Tortex 1.14mm picks. Anything thinner feels like it's flapping around in my hand.
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#27
i use dunlop X-heavy, very rarely i use the jazz lll
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#28
I used to use jazz lll's until i tried the Dunlop Tortex 1.14. soo good
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#29
jazz III's are pretty good. i like my standard blue moto fender mediums, but it's impossible to switch back and forth between those and jazz III's
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#30
I used to use Dunlop Big Stubby's... but now I use the Jazz IIIs.

They are amazing. Still haven't worn out for me. I'll get a new one just in case though.
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#32
I use Dunlop Rhinos for distorted rock or blues and Jazz IIIs for clean stuff
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#34
fender mediums for me. Or a dunlop .88 (i think from memory) if there are no fender ones at the shop.

for some reason i cant throw picks away, so my amp is littered with knackered picks along every joint in the wood.
#35
Dunlop Tortex 0.6mm (the orange ones). Took me seven years to find a pick that I really liked, so now my guitar case is overflowing with them
#36
tortex .88.
i hate thin picks. i cant use anything thinner than like a .70. nylons=no good..
#37
i used like reallly thin picks

but i use my fingers to

i grew my nails lol so its easier

i have a better sound with a thin pick

last time i used a thick pick i broke my string lol
#38
Quote by Jdfs1
i use donlop tortex 1.14s


Same, or 1.5mm's.
They don't slip too much because of sweating.
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#39
The Big Stubby Jim Dunlop ones, (one is 3mm and the other one I have is 1mm)
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#40
I like thicker ones better.



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