#1
ok ive been using jazz III's forever, but my gallops would always sound alittle muddy, they would "merge"

And with ligh picks i get a better gallop, but my playing is a bit less fast and the tone is different!

Any suggestions?
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#2
try either the green or yellow tortex picks they've always been favorites with metalers
or try loads of different ones and go with what works
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#3
i think its how you pick cus i use those aswell and mine are fine
#4
Yeah get some tortex picks. Their rigid like a thick pick but sound clean like a thin pick.
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#5
Jazz III ultex. Sounds cleaner than the normal Jazzs, but same thickness and feel.
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#6
I used Jazz III's for a couple of months. Although they're good for leads, I just didn't like them for rhythm at all. I switched over to Tortex and Gator Grips 1.14mm. They're both very good. I find them perfect for lead and rhthym.
#7
Thanks guys.

the light picks i use are tortex, because they are the same size as jazz III's but just i dunno, i guess ill just try to adapt.

and the jazz III ultex? ill try it out!
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Bernie Rico Jr. Custom Jekyll
Schecter ATX
Schecter Tempest Cust.
Ibanez GIO
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Cube 15
Misc.
THD HOT plate Attentuator and other stuff
#8
Quote by metalman89
I used Jazz III's for a couple of months. Although they're good for leads, I just didn't like them for rhythm at all. I switched over to Tortex and Gator Grips 1.14mm. They're both very good. I find them perfect for lead and rhthym.


I have no problems in using Jazz III's for rythm.
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Ibanez RGR320 with Lo-Edge Pro bridge and scalloped fretboard

Lee Jackson XLSC - 500

Roland Microcube

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#9
Quote by PhantomNote
I have no problems in using Jazz III's for rythm.


I just didn't like them. Its just a matter of preference...

To the OP, just try out a lot of different picks.