#1
Hi, how can I find out what some famous guitarists use for picks? like michael angelo or joe satriani etc?
#3
concerts?
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Well Brian May used to use an old "6-pence" coin, back in the early days of Queen.

Ive tried other coins myself.....I cant recommend it.
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#8
try their websites to see if they endorse their pick company? same on their albums, see if the pick company is listed.
#9
Well, in a "Guitar One" magazine I have, there is a section about the Dunlop Jazz III picks, and some of the notable players that use these picks are: John Petrucci, Alexi Laiho, Mick Thomson and Joe Bonamassa. I've tried them myself and they hold up pretty good.
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#11
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Well, in a "Guitar One" magazine I have, there is a section about the Dunlop Jazz III picks, and some of the notable players that use these picks are: John Petrucci, Alexi Laiho, Mick Thomson and Joe Bonamassa. I've tried them myself and they hold up pretty good.

i looked into these but isnt there like an indent in the middle of the pickup that has some writing? does that annoy you when you play? because I like perfectly smooth pickups.
#12
there's not really any indent.. just the raised up lettering where it says jazz III or whatever. I use a flame to melt the edge you hold onto a little bit for some added grip because they can get a little slippery
#13
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there's not really any indent.. just the raised up lettering where it says jazz III or whatever. I use a flame to melt the edge you hold onto a little bit for some added grip because they can get a little slippery

thats exactly what I mean.... man I hate that.
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#16
the jazz III's are a popular choice, as are the dunlop tortex picks of whatever thickness... i see those more than anything else actually
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#17
wikipedia. they tell what all guitarists use like guitar effects amps and picks for some poeple.
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