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#1
Guitarists, what pick size do you use?
I use .72mm and 2mm picks
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#3
No idea.
Usually of the thicker species.
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#7
I don't use a pick, I use my penis, which is a decent nine inches.
#10
I usually don't use a pick, cause I play Eugen Hutz style usually, but when I do need a pick for electric and whatnot, anything around 1.00, I'll go .15 above or below.
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#11
i just found a classic brown fender Heavy, any1 know what thickness that is?
Mesa Single Rectifier
Marshall 1960A vintage
Rg3exfm1 w/ EMG 85/81
Big Baby Taylor Acoustic
Ibanez TS808
#12
2cm picks.

That's right.

2cm.
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2cm picks.

That's right.

2cm.


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Mesa Single Rectifier
Marshall 1960A vintage
Rg3exfm1 w/ EMG 85/81
Big Baby Taylor Acoustic
Ibanez TS808
#18
Dunlop .88 (the green one)
Gibson SG Standard
Ibanez S2170FB
Peavey JSX
Marshall 1960A
TEXAS A&M
#20
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Jazz III - 1.38 mm

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#22
fender heavy
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#23
.77 (or .79, I don't know).

I've recently got this 3mm pick, it's made for guitar, it's very small, made by dunlop, it has grips on it, it's actually pretty cool to play with.
#24
The yellow Tortex picks.
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#25
dunlop nylon 1mm
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#31
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Mandolin, size and thickness little less than a silver dollar.

Ha, mando picks rule. I use like a 2.5mm or something.

For guitar I stick with my .88 Dunlop Tortex (greens).
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#32
There's the .88 brand unknown. The tip is pretty well worn in though, it's brilliant.
Then theres the purple Dunlop that I have no clue about.
And then there's 10p coin. Used only as a last resort or when I feel like wanting the thimble-y string tapping/sliding but can't find the damn thimble/CBA to get it.
#35
A 3mm Dunlop Stubbie Pick

I used to use Fender picks (Heavy/Extra Heavy) Then I tried a Dunlop Stubbie and I haven't gone back since, I sound a lot better and have better tone with Stubbies
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#36
I use Ice-Pix brass picks, not sure of the thickness, and 1.14 mm Fender Delrin picks
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#38
0.96 - 2mm tortex with the croc on it
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#39
well i use this D'Andrea XXH 1.5 mm pick on my electric which is good for some of the metal i play
when im on my acoustic though i use this Jim Dunlop M-L green pick
and this is my favorite guitar pick
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#40
Dunlop tortex, no clue the size I think it was around .75mm but the numbers have worn off from my fingers. My other pick is a dunlop 1.5mm, so beefy.
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