#3
I use Jim Dunlop Big Stubbys. They're 3mm. I got huge hands so I like them. It doesn't really matter what pick you use, just make sure you get one you like
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#4
Hey dude those are some pretty sweet picks, they are what i play with most of the time.
Personally i find for playing rhythm that softer picks are easier to play with, so i would go with the .73 mm or the 1 mm. But i will say above all, thickness of picks is completely players preference, so i would advise you to go to a guitar shop and test out all these picks and see which one you like best.
#6
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I use Jim Dunlop Big Stubbys. They're 3mm. I got huge hands so I like them. It doesn't really matter what pick you use, just make sure you get one you like

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#7
i like all except the thinnest one (red)

i tend to switch off every once in a while, but usually i go with the .6 (orange)
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#8
I usually find playing rhythm with too thick a pick, especially just starting out, you'll probably drop it a lot. However, the thicker a pick is, the better it is for lead playing, just because a stiffer, thicker pick will give you a thicker sound and better control. So it's all a matter of balance and what you're doing. Since you're playing rhythm, I'd recommend a .6 or a .73.
#9
i like the blue ones...but theyre what I prefer. test out different ones and see what you like.
#10
get a selection, try them out, decide what you like the best
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#11
Get a bunch of every type of tip and thickness and see what you like. I tried jazz IIIs and liked the tip and thickness, hated the size. Switched the jazz III xls and now I'm digging them. All preference bro.
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#13
Me, I would ditch the Tortexes and get the Gator Grips in 2mm. But then again, I'm the kind of guy who tried to melt two of those together in hopes of getting a usable 4mm pick. I like my thick picks.

Anyways, it's all a matter of preference. Buy yourself one or two of each kind, play with them, and see which one suits you best.