#1
Im pretty good on tremolo picking, but i could be better.
Does anybody know what pick and what strings that are best for tremolo picking?
#2
Id say heavier picks because they dont bend that much and strings dont really matter but I dont know. i rarely tremolo pick
#3
its all preference. there isn't rlly a standard on that. just mess around till u find something that works and feels good.
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#4
I like Jazz picks (I forget if I use IIs or IIIs....) but they're so small and pointy and hard they really let you go wild with a high degree of accuracy.
#5
This is mostly an issue of personal preference, but here's what I personally use. I use thicker, pointed-edge picks (I prefer Dunlop Jazz IIIs or purple Dunlop Tortex Sharps), and I also find that thicker strings work better due to the increased tension.
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#6
Quote by DrNick
This is mostly an issue of personal preference, but here's what I personally use. I use thicker, pointed-edge picks (I prefer Dunlop Jazz IIIs or purple Dunlop Tortex Sharps), and I also find that thicker strings work better due to the increased tension.

ok thanks for help

ive heard many saying that dunlop jazz picks are good
#7
Use whatever pick and strings you use anyway, if you're having trouble it's a problem with your playing.
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#8
Quote by timi_hendrix
Use whatever pick and strings you use anyway, if you're having trouble it's a problem with your playing.


The pick does mean a lot when it comes to tremolo. Example: Sharkfin picks are lot better on tremolo than fender picks